Manage episode 302958193 series 2985727
Do you think before you speak? In this week’s episode, Zoa Glows (she/her they/them, he/him) shares about coming out to her students and family. Learn about what messages he was given as a black person while navigating a big, religious family, his LGBTQ+ identities over the years, and the noise of society overall telling and teaching him to hate himself (but he rose above it!). We also discuss honoring students by giving a name + pronoun sheet ahead of time and how the term deadnaming doesn’t resonate for everyone. Have you been wondering why someone might use multiple pronoun sets? They talk about how all three sets embrace different parts of themself + as a whole person and how you can absolutely ask people how they want you to use multiple pronoun sets.
Resources, references, and full transcripts for each episode are available at www.allyshipisaverb.com
Host Chris Angel (they/them) has a background in LGBTQ+ education, community organizing, and social work. Guest episodes feature at least one allyship tip, including tailored questions given their unique intersecting identities.
Please consider following where you listen to podcasts and become a supporter! Keep the conversation going on Instagram @GenderSexualityInfo--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chris-angel-murphy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chris-angel-murphy/support