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Latin American Female

Double-checking preferred pronouns

Maybe just kind of double-checking [...] people’s preferred pronouns when they’re talking [...] one-on-one [...]. So, if they’re not really out yet, and you’re just talking one-on-one [...], you wanna use they/them pronouns um, but [not] if you’re talking to an outside resource.

Recommendations

  • Engage in activities to develop cultural responsiveness as it pertains to sexual violence prevention and response. Apply culturally responsive practices in these areas.