SAVVY ALLY VIDEOS
IN THIS FUN AND ENCOURAGING VIDEO SERIES, JEANNIE GAINSBURG SHARES TIPS ON EFFECTIVE ALLYSHIP AND HOW TO CREATE LGBTQ+ INCLUSIVE SPACES. SAVVY ALLY VIDEOS LAUNCH MONTHLY. SUBSCRIBE BELOW AND NEVER MISS A VIDEO!
JEANNIE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES
JULIE GAINSBURG AND NOAH WAGONER
FOR ALL OF THEIR SAVVY EDITING HELP.
Gaydar: A Useless Item
Think you’ve got great “gaydar”? Think again! Check out Savvy Ally Action’s funny 2-minute video to learn a little more about how “gaydar” really works and what respectful allies can do with it. Thank you for helping to ensure that everyone can express themselves authentically, without feeling judged or labeled.
Form Reform: Beyond the "M" and "F" Boxes
Ensuring that our forms are LGBTQ+ inclusive is a wonderful way to welcome LGBTQ+ people to your agency, store, faith community, or school. There are lots of ways to make your forms more LGBTQ+ inclusive, moving beyond the standard “M” and “F” boxes is a great start. In this 3-minute video Savvy Ally Action shares some simple tips for creating better and more inclusive forms. Thank you for making the world a better place, one form at a time!
The Amazing "Switch It" Technique
The amazing "switch it" technique is a versatile tool that can help you make good choices when talking with and about LGBTQ+ people and this video will show you how it's used. Implement the "switch it" technique as a self-coaching guide or an educational tool to help others understand inequities and inconsistencies in their language and behaviors. Thank you for making the world a more inclusive and respectful place.
What's Up with Singular They?
Have you heard people use the pronoun they to mean one person? Were you taught that this is grammatically incorrect? Savvy Ally Action’s 3-minute video, “What’s Up with Singular They?” shares five reasons why you should embrace this wonderful word.
Common LGBTQ+ Etiquette Bloopers
Most of us never learned LGBTQ+ etiquette in school, so we are bound to mess up occasionally. This engaging and non-judgmental video shares three common bloopers to avoid and suggestions for fixing them.
What To Do When You Mess Up
We all mess up. Sometimes we get people’s names and pronouns wrong, and then we feel awful. This video shares the best way to respond when you mess up and tips for getting it right the next time.