From CJ Venable: “Ways to Be Less Oppressive to Trans and/or Nonbinary People*”

Passing along this list from CJ Venable who also writes at Praxis in Practice.

*Note this says less. You’re still gonna be oppressive. You still have work to do to unlearn binarist and transphobic ideas and to engage in accomplice behaviors against your cis privilege. Utilizing this bit of labor on my part is gonna help me and my trans/nonbinary kin feel less explicitly targeted and does not earn you ally cookies.”

CJ Venable

Visit the document: Bed, Bath, and Beyond the Binary, or How to be Less Oppressive to Trans and/or Nonbinary People*

Ubuntu,

From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones

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