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New Video: They Go By Them

Our friends over at SendTheRightMessage.ca have produced a fantastic video that goes over better ways that allies can support their friends and families over pronouns. Adjusting to new pronouns can be tricky, and we all respond poorly at times. Being accountable takes practice and isn’t always easy. But hopefully this video can help! Check it out!

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Last Updated: October 2017

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