Embodied Grace: On Being a Cisgender Ally


This is the second episode of Embodied Grace in which Brett addresses a question about how to be a good cisgender ally. How can someone be an ally? How can someone be an ally when loved ones disagree? What if our trans loved ones live far away; how can one be an ally from a distance?

4 thoughts on “Embodied Grace: On Being a Cisgender Ally

  • Another great podcast, Brett. Thanks! I was going to ask you if I could ask this question, but you said up front that all questions were OK, so here you go. 😉 When you use the phrase “trans masculine person,” is that the same or different from saying you’re a trans man”? Loved hearing about the “I’ll go with you” button. Again, thanks!

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