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A Note From Dace About Pronouns

I don’t like talking about myself -and I don’t want to now- but I’m going to anyway because I hate awkward interactions, especially at Rock ‘n’ More. And I think now is a good time because it’s the beginning of the school year and we have a lot of new students who don’t know me.


I am a transgender woman and I use she/her pronouns. The state and federal governments, my therapist, and my doctor all agree. Many people have spent a lot of time figuring it out and this is what we’ve all come up with unanimously.


I only bring this up because it is a new idea to a lot of people. I know quite a bit about it because I’ve been researching it my entire life. I am fairly certain that people who are not transgender probably have not spent as much time learning about being transgender as me and maybe don’t know how to act around transgender people.


All you really have to do is respect me by respecting my pronouns. It’s really just that simple. Of course, if you didn’t respect me or other LGBTQ people, I would think that you wouldn’t be doing business with Rock ‘n’ More to begin with, so I expect that we are all on the same page.


If you have any questions that you would like to ask in good faith, please email me at dace@rocknmore.org.


Cool,

Dace

(she/her)




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