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Your friend is worried about transphobic comments made by teammates. Do you help her?

About 90% of trans students hear negative or demeaning comments daily or weekly from other students.  How would you feel hearing that about you everyday?   The Draw-the-Line – Against Transphobic Violence postcards provide accessible, scenario-based...
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A friend confides in you that his new girlfriend is trans. Do you support him?

Would you want friends to tell you who you’re allowed to date? So, why are some guys made to feel uncomfortable about dating or hooking up with trans girls? The Draw-the-Line – Against Transphobic Violence postcards provide accessible, scenario-based...
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Degrading graffiti about a trans student appears on a washroom stall. Do you report it?

If it’s unacceptable to make degrading comments to someone’s face, why would it be okay to write it on a wall, or even online? Would you want someone writing about you on the washroom walls?   The Draw-the-Line – Against Transphobic Violence...
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Someone posts on Facebook that Daniella is “actually a dude.” Do you share it?

Ever had someone question your gender? Whether online, or in person, showing respect means honouring people’s identity and privacy – including their gender identity, preferred name and pronouns     The Draw-the-Line – Against Transphobic...
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A classmate tells you the new trans girl in school is “just asking for it.” Do you ignore it?

Threats of sexual violence may be against the law, even when framed as a “joke.” Imagine if the “joke” was about someone you care about.     The Draw-the-Line – Against Transphobic Violence postcards provide accessible, scenario-based...
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