ronouns Day is celebrated every year on the third Wednesday in October (21 October 2020 this year) and it offers faith communities an important opportunities to raise awareness of the importance of respecting each person’s chosen pronouns. For genderqueer, Transgender, and gender non-conforming persons, being referred to by their correct pronouns is basic to their human dignity, as it is for everyone.
Here are several valuable resources that can help your celebration IPD and, of course, you can celebrate the Day during a weekend worship service anytime:
- Check out this resource written by the All Students Count Coalition: “On All Sides: How Race, Ethnicity & Gender Influence Health Risk for Transgender Students of Color.”
- The following video clips provide some short, but valuable, educational information on pronouns: