Diverse Gardening Stock Photo: Agender Person Releases Ladybugs in Garden
An agender person releases live ladybugs from a plastic mesh packet into a garden. According to GardenInsects.com, "Ladybugs are capable of consuming up to 50 to 60 aphids per day but will also eat a variety of other insects and larvae including scales, mealy bugs, leaf hoppers, mites, and various types of soft-bodied insects. Ladybugs, also called lady beetles or ladybird beetles, are a very beneficial group of insects."
This person's preferred pronouns are "they" and "them." They're wearing blue denim jeans, ear plugs, an olive green shirt, and a blue denim jacket. They have bright blue-green dyed hair.
(Psst! This photo might be a great way to illustrate girls and women breaking stereotypes, facing their fears and not perpetuating culturally-encouraged phobias and limitations.)