How Cisgender People Benefit from Trans-Inclusivity

Many people in my closest social circle are on at least one of the LGBTQ+ spectrums of identity, and I’ve done my campus’s available Safe Zone training and proudly display my associated sticker on my door to welcome students, and generally my ally status is pretty secure and obvious. But despite all that, I myselfContinue reading “How Cisgender People Benefit from Trans-Inclusivity”

They and We: Ways We Talk About Students

One of the most important principles in my pedagogy is respect for students. Students are not a problem to be solved; they are complex human beings whom we are serving through pedagogy. It is not our job to impress upon them our own ways, but rather our job is to support them in becoming whoContinue reading “They and We: Ways We Talk About Students”

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