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misgender

To refer to someone with a name, pronoun, or title that does not align with their gender identity. She is a trans woman, so please don't misgender her by calling her "sir."
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In an Instagram post on Tuesday, July 23, she reminded followers and columnist Ricky Lo about misgendering. She posted a screenshot of messages where Lo referred to her as 'Rustom' and with the pronoun 'him.'
Most recently, Caroline Farrow, a Surrey columnist for The Catholic Universe website, claimed she would bequestioned by Guildford police for "misgendering"the daughter of trans-rights campaigner Susie Green.
In February, she sued Twitter over its rule against misgendering trans people.
But Ms Green, founder of transgender support charity Mermaids, said the reason she made the complaint was due to the overall context of the tweets, not solely because of the misgendering of her daughter.
"Practitioners of deadnaming and misgendering claim that they're acting not out of malice but out of honesty and, perhaps, even a twisted sort of love," Media Matters editor Parker Molloy explains in a recent op-ed.
Super Late Bloomer: My Early Days in Transition by Julia Kaye (webcomic Up and Out), who deals with body issues, hair removal, and misgendering. (Andrews McMeel Publishing)
This discrimination often takes the form of (https://www.salon.com/2016/02/10/gender_neutral_pronouns_partner/) misgendering  (using the wrong pronouns for someone) and (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/08/14/laverne-cox-lambastes-deadnaming-what-is-it-and-why-is-it-a-problem/?utm_term=.449b1dacb219) deadnaming  (using someone's previous and incorrect name).
Chapter one looks at "recent developments in popular culture that have changed American opinion on gender identity," "legal developments during the Obama administration that redefined 'sex' as 'gender identity,'" and how medical practice has shifted "away from good medical practice and into what is becoming a transgender-affirmative mainstream." Chapter two examines the thinking behind the transgender ideology by letting transgender activists speak for themselves, looks at transgender medicine, and explores transgender policy relating to restroom usage, school lessons, and the criminalization of "misgendering" someone.
IN the past few months we have seen a teacher censured for 'misgendering' a girl (or was it a boy?), a man accused of 'serious racial abuse' for telling, in a fit of pique, an Asian gentleman to put a book where the sun doesn't shine, a Cabinet minister resigning for placing his hand upon a journalist's knee, a company employee pilloried for calling a young lady 'honey', a chef receiving death threats because she 'spiked' (put cheese into) a vegan's meal, a man tweeting the words 'Helen Mirren looks lovely' used as an example of sexual misconduct and a football commentator taken to task for joking that a man, caught on camera waving his crutches in the air, would not get his benefits this week.
Within days, Rachel and Ann were both stabbing India in the back by misgendering her.
November 20th is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day where the transgender community comes together to mourn those who were killed in that calendar year due to "anti-transgender hatred or prejudice." (1) Anti-trans hatred and prejudice can manifest itself in the extreme through physical harm and homicide, or in a more subtle manner such as misgendering a transgender person.
(misgendering Gavin Grimm and criticizing journalists who do not).
This could even include 'misgendering' someone--such as using the wrong pronoun or name."