I'm also barely doing any in-person networking at this conference, because people are generally awful at using correct pronouns. Like, not maliciously bad, just average amount of bad (aka awful). So I get gendered incorrectly constantly and don't even try to correct people.
So all in all, I don't end up raising my hand to ask a question of speakers. I don't end up going to in-person networking events, and if I do, I don't make many connections. And like... one of the major purposes of #CSUNATC19 is networking! But not for trans folks, I guess.
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