• Stephen G. Krueger

Misgendering Flowcharts

I created these for my book Supporting Trans People in Libraries (the final versions may look a little different), and a few people asked to see them. Feel free to share and adapt.

Flowchart the First: What to do if you think that a person has misgendered someone else

Flowchart describing what to do if a person misgenders someone around you
"Person A misgendered Person B. What should I do?"

Flowchart the second: What to do if you accidentally misgender someone

Flowchart telling you what to do if you accidentally misgender someone
"I accidentally misgendered someone. What should I do?"

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