Reply To: Getting misgendered

Michelle Larsen

Alexis, yep, it happens, and probably will in the future. So may react because that is just how they think, albeit not maliciously. If they do not know anyone who is transgender, then they probably don’t have a good reference as to what to expect. Here is something interesting I have noticed too. When I use a credit card, the name pops up on the screen. And I think they use that as a gauge on how to interact with the customer, and as a way to fight fraud…. Regardless, I suspect being misgendered will occur less and less as time goes on. Michelle

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