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Promotional poster for "sendtherightmessage.ca" from LGBTQ Initiative about how to respond to people about LGBTQ issues in a non-harmful manner.

Poster with image of someone holding a smartphone in their left hand. Phone shows a text messaging app is open. Grey textbox, indicating a message being sent to this smartphone’s owner, reads “You know how I used to go by he/him? I use they/them pronouns now”. Purple text boxes underneath read, “WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN!?” with a red exclamation symbol on the left, indicating it hasn’t been sent, “That’s really confusing. I’m never going to remember that.” with a red exclamation symbol on the left, indicating it hasn’t been sent, “Does that mean you’re one of those “trans” people? *crying/laughing face emoji*” with a red exclamation symbol on the left, indicating it hasn’t been sent, finally ending with ” OK, cool. I’ll remember that.” which has no red exclamation symbol, indicating that it was sent. White text next to the phone reads “Think of your impact. Rethink your words” in all-caps, with the words “impact” and “words” underlined. White text at the very bottom of the poster reads “sendtherightmessage.ca”