[tor-project] Proposal for the people page: Pronouns
griffin at cryptolab.net
Fri May 18 20:39:12 UTC 2018
I find these without context to be very clunky. A brief bio of "Griffin does xyz and in his spare time plays jazz keytar" flows much better and better represents the richness of one's life. I'm slightly biased on this issue as I'm very visibly trans. While people will naturally make assumptions about my gender/sex (no big deal), some focus on that particular piece of my life instead of what I'm actually doing.
On May 18, 2018 3:32:17 PM EDT, Taylor Yu <catalyst at torproject.org> wrote:
>On 05/17/2018 10:31 AM, Tom Ritter wrote:
>> There's a lot of us and many folks (or maybe just me) haven't met
>> people or are otherwise unsure about pronouns.
>> Put them on the people page? Good idea? Bad idea? Too public?
>Thanks for suggesting this!
>I am in favor of displaying pronouns on the people page. I also think
>it's very important to make it obvious that they're optional. I would
>encourage cisgender people to display their pronouns if they feel
>comfortable doing so, because that helps to normalize the practice.
>As one example, I did notice that our friends at Outreachy have what
>seem to be optional pronouns on their interns page:
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