November is Family Stories Month. This November, Savvy Ally Action is featuring Wanda and her family story about identity, understanding, resilience, growth, and acceptance.
Common Pronoun-Sharing Bloopers
Sharing your pronouns, even if no one ever gets them wrong, is a great ally action. Here are three common pronoun-sharing bloopers to avoid and suggestions for better ways to share.
What's Up With "Queer"?
Have you ever wondered why someone might use the term “queer” to refer to themselves or a loved one? Have you been unsure whether you should use it too? This video offers guidance on the “whys” and “hows” of the term “queer.”
Workplace Email Etiquette: How to Avoid Guessing at Gendered Titles
Have you ever wondered how to address a professional email when the person writing to you offers no information about how you should refer to them? In this video, Jeannie Gainsburg, author of “The Savvy Ally” offers tips for navigating this dilemma.
Five Facts About Nonbinary People
Is being nonbinary the same as being androgynous? Do all nonbinary people use singular they? Is being nonbinary a new trend? Take a look at this 2-minute video for answers to these questions and more.
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.
Two or More Pronouns? Now What Do I Do?
Have you ever seen someone display more than one personal pronoun, like “she/they”? Have you wondered how you should refer to them? This video offers two tips that will help. Thank you for your efforts to use people’s pronouns respectfully!
Why Share Pronouns?
Help folks understand why normalizing the practice of pronoun-sharing is such a savvy ally action. Share your pronouns in your email signature. Then add the word "Why?" with a hyperlink to this video. Thank you for helping to make the world a better place!
10 LGBTQ+ Related Facts That May Surprise You
Ghost sightings, bathroom misconduct, Jane Austen, cheerleading, you’ll find it all here! Take 2 minutes to check out 10 LGBTQ+ related facts that may surprise you.
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.