I’m famous to queer kids in Selma, NC. Not just because I’m queer, but because I’m proof that they can live out loud and be happy someday too
Today in honor of International Pronouns Day, we’re doing a special edition post of things and people we love to learn from.
Being an ally in the workplace isn't just rainbow backgrounds and t-shirts in June. There are subtle cues to show your allyship every day.
Navigating pronouns during job interviews can be as simple as switching up how you introduce yourself - and not making assumptions.
Pronoun policies often leave out the most important part: humanity. That's why we need to reconsider them as well as requiring pronouns.
Why do we need Pride month? Because inequities still exist every day in every little way.