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You might hear someone tell you that they transitioned when they were 16, for example.

Thus the same organization that embraces people who identify as “genderqueer” (see below) works to delegitimize former homosexuals by pressing the media to ask tough questions about their ex-“gay” identity.She, he, and -- if you’re non-binary, or genderqueer -- they.If you don’t know someone’s gender, it’s really easy to just use “their/they.” Try it! "People do it all the time in general," Monika says.Some people find the term uncomfortable and don't like to use it; others prefer it.You should always ask before these acronyms to describe an individual. But if the topic comes up and you are struggling to find the right wording in your head, it’s OK to just ask: 'I’m sorry, this might be wrong, but do you prefer FTM or is there a better term?

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