It’s really discouraging sometimes, Kravitz, to see toxic arguments break out on social media over the definitions of bisexuality, pansexuality, and various transgender labels.

People often shout at each other over labels when they have no essential disagreements about gender and sexuality.

I help manage a couple very large LGBTQ communities on Facebook, and I often help put out such wildfires.

Sometimes, I wish for a resource I could point people to so they could understand how people often use labels in different ways.

Your articles are fantastic, but frankly they they can be a bit much for your typical Facebook user. I don’t want to sound like a snob, but a lot of people on Facebook have very short attention spans.

I wonder if you’d be interested in challenging yourself to write a sort of short, concise user’s guide to inclusive queer language?

It’s really needed!

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