Where can I find transgender friends? 

The 5 Best Online Transgender Support Groups of 2021
  • Best Overall: Trans Lifeline.
  • Best for Young People in Crisis: The Trevor Project.
  • Best for Support Around Surgical Transition: Transbucket.
  • Best for Teens and Their Parents: Gender Spectrum.
  • Best for Mental Health: The Tribe – LGBTQ+ Group.

How do you deal with a transgender friend coming out? 

Tips for When Someone Comes Out to You
  1. Be patient.
  2. Commit yourself as an ally.
  3. Don’t push.
  4. Keep their confidence and respect their privacy.
  5. Acknowledge the risk they took by coming out to you.
  6. Instead say, “Thank you for trusting me.”

How do I react when my son comes out? 

What to Do (and Not Do) When Your Child Comes Out to You
  1. DON’T Ignore it.
  2. DON’T Say you “knew all along.”
  3. DON’T Tell them “this is just a phase.”
  4. DON’T Use religion to shame them.
  5. DO Tell them you believe and love them, and thank them for telling you.
  6. DO Ask about what kind of support they need.

What to say to a friend who has come out? 

Below are some suggestions you may wish to follow.
  • Thank your friend for having the courage to tell you.
  • Don’t judge your friend.
  • Respect your friend’s confidentiality.
  • Tell your friend that you still care about them, no matter what.
  • Don’t be too serious.

Where can I find transgender friends? – Additional Questions

How do you help someone come out?

Offer your friend a hug – it could mean a lot to them. You might feel hurt that they hadn’t told you before, but try to remember the challenges and fears LGBTI+ people often face in being open about their identity. Respect your friend’s privacy – it is up to them to decide if, when, and how they tell other people.

What do you say when someone changes their pronouns?

One strategy is to just respond to the individual who has made the mistake using the correct pronouns. Example: Someone says, “Oh she’s a great friend.” Your response can be, “You’re right, they are a great friend.” In this instance, you’re just repeating what was said with the correct pronoun.

How can I help a transgender coworker?

Here are some tips on how you can support a transgender or transitioning co-worker:
  1. Treat your co-worker with respect and dignity.
  2. Make an effort to get to know your co-worker.
  3. Remember that transitioning and changing gender expression are intensely personal decisions.
  4. Educate yourself about transgender issues.

When asked what are your pronouns don’t answer?

The only proper response to the question “What are your pronouns?” is to reject the premise and refuse to answer.

What is it called when you don’t care about your gender?

Gender dysphoria is a term that describes a sense of unease that a person may have because of a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity. This sense of unease or dissatisfaction may be so intense it can lead to depression and anxiety and have a harmful impact on daily life.

What are the 78 gender pronouns?

He/She — Zie, Sie, Ey, Ve, Tey, E. Him/Her — Zim, Sie, Em, Ver, Ter, Em. His/Her — Zir, Hir, Eir, Vis, Tem, Eir. His/Hers — Zis, Hirs, Eirs, Vers, Ters, Eirs.

How many pronouns are there?

Gender Subject pronoun Object pronoun
female she her
neuter (things, animals) it it
male / female (plural) we us

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