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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-03-918238-7
    • 5.5 x 8.5 inches
    • Standard Color interior
    • 120 pages
  • Hardcover Edition
    • 978-1-03-918239-4
    • 5.5 x 8.5 inches
    • Standard Color interior
    • 120 pages
  • Keywords
    • Personal pronouns,
    • LGBTQ+,
    • Transgender,
    • Nonbinary,
    • Gender neutral,
    • misgendering,
    • allyship

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A Pocket Guide to Pronouns
by Sydney Brouillard-Coyle

A Pocket Guide to Pronouns is here to answer questions about pronouns, pronoun etiquette, and steps toward allyship and inclusiveness! With activities, short stories, and exercises to practice throughout, this pocket guide includes the following: - Different pronouns used within the rainbow community - Pronoun etiquette, misgendering, and corrections - Exercises for allyship and inclusive language - Resources for further learning For anyone at any stage of 2SLGBTQIA+ education — ally, member, and everything in between — this guide offers a starting point for those who want to create safer spaces for trans folks.

“As a BIPOC trans and nonbinary person, I found this pocket guide to be an excellent resource and representative of my lived experience.” —Bee Zelda (They/Them) “This engaging and approachable book will answer many of the questions you may have been afraid to ask, and the ample list of additional resources will prove to be an excellent jumping off point for anyone interested in learning more.” —Irene Moore Davis (She/Her) “Concise and direct – yet packed with relevant information, historical facts, and relatable examples – A Pocket Guide to Pronouns is the must-have, compact, pronoun reference guide of the 21st Century.” —Lisa Renaud (She/Her)"

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Sydney Brouillard-Coyle (Ney/Nem/Nir) is a nonbinary, transgender, queer, asexual person with a deep passion for social justice. As of May 2023, ney hold a Bachelor of Music (Honours) as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Women & Gender Studies (Honours) from the University of Windsor. Ney currently reside in southwestern Ontario with nir cat, Natasha (She/Her). Sydney lives by the motto “be the change you wish to see.” A long-time activist and former candidate for Windsor’s City Council, ney are particularly passionate about issues relating to equity, trans and queer rights, mental health, food and housing insecurity, the environment, and youth voices. As an educator, ney provide inclusivity training and keynotes through the company ney founded, Rainbow Allyship. To stay up-to-date on Sydney's activism, advocacy, and future works, check out nir social media: @sydneybcoyle


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