@mod stevie: (Part 6/13) When encountering som…

@mod stevie: (Part 6/13) When encountering someone, you shouldn't assume you know their "sex" (what genitalia they have). That's problematic and plays into transphobia, intersex and trans erasure, etc. And you shouldn't assume their "gender" either. This is why it's important for us to ask or be told what people's preferred pronouns are when you first meet them (or be aware if their pronouns change) and to not make assumptions based on appearances.