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Hello my name is Jackson Burt and today we're talking about grammar that's gonna make the kids watch right that's what the youths are into these days commas so as trans people basically come with a whole other language you have to learn like we might as well all walk around with glossaries and trans to assist translation dictionaries just hand out to people so I've been thinking about maybe making like an ongoing trans grammar series to help explain some of our lexicon and this is sort of the first like beta episode the pilot it's the pilot I did do a TED talk about how to talk to trans people so this is just occurring to me how incredibly on-brand this is also I have a literature degree I am so qualified to be doing this so one question that I get asked all the time from you folks as well as from people in my life is how do I refer to a trans person before they transitioned you could be telling a story from their childhood or your old times together or maybe talking about a piece of their work that came out before they did so are you supposed to use their new name in pronouns or the ones that they went by when that event took place the answer is very simple you use their current name and pronouns if that's all you want you can stop watching now see you later that's the answer that's it however I think it's very important to understand the why behind language and not just memorize a correct answer now you may encounter a trans person sometime who has a different preference but the gold standard is to always err on the side of validating someone's gender...