But still, my point still stands. Don't just throw your hands in the air and go "oh well!" when a venue tells you that you'll need to collect legal names for attendees. Explain to them why this is important for trans attendees.
If you wanna learn more about trans inclusion, check out my guide to using pronoun buttons at events. Maybe throw me some money for it, it's pay-what-you-want.
If you wanna learn more about pronouns, check out this pay-what-you-want zine of mine:
And a thread on accessibility tips for event organizers with no budget:
Aaaaaand my talk about how to ask people about gender, sex, names, and pronouns on forms. Includes a history lesson about how information is powerful and the basic message of "take only what you need."
If you learned something from this thread, consider buying a zine or throwing me some money on ko-fi.
My talk on how to ask about gender, sex, names, and pronouns on forms:
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