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Why do we separate the T in LGBQ/T?
There are many variations of the LGBQ/T acronym used across the country and globally. At The Center for Hope and Healing, we use LGBQ/T to highlight that the experience of trans folx is very different from that of non-trans LGBQ people despite the fact that the communities are often lumped together.
Why do we use pronouns?
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