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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 8815 Referred

Instructions and Help about Are Form 8815 Referred

Hello, my name is Jackson Burt. Today, we are talking about grammar that is going to capture the attention of kids, because that's what the youths are into these days. Commas play a significant role in trans people's language, as they come with a whole other set of vocabulary that needs to be learned. It's almost as if we should all walk around with glossaries and translation dictionaries to assist in communication. Therefore, I have been pondering the idea of creating an ongoing trans grammar series to help explain some of our specific terms. This episode can be seen as the first beta episode, or as I like to call it, the pilot. By the way, I have a literature degree, so I am exceptionally qualified to undertake this project. One question that I am frequently asked is how to refer to a trans person before they transitioned. It could be when describing their childhood, old times together, or discussing their work that was released prior to their transition. The answer is rather simple - you use their current name and pronouns. If that's all you needed to know, feel free to stop watching now. However, I believe it is crucial to understand the reasoning behind this language choice, rather than just memorizing the correct answer. It is possible that you may come across a trans person who has a different preference, but the gold standard is to always validate someone's gender by using their current name and pronouns. Sometimes, it may seem strange at first, such as when looking at old baby pictures and saying, "Oh, Jackson was such a cute baby, wasn't he?" Yes, indeed, I was a very cute baby. Or perhaps someone published a book under their birth name but now goes by another name, like...