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On The Value of Queer Allyship

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The queer community at large overlooks the value of allyship within the community. Not allocishet allyship, but queer allyship.

The advice we give allocishet allies as to how to support us through their allyship can very easily be applied to subsects of the queer community that an individual does not personally belong to. The queer (or LGBTQIA+) community has never been one group, and never will be. We have…




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Alexander Petrovnia

Alexander Petrovnia

I am a disabled trans man who primarily writes about feminism, queer history, trans issues, science communication, healthy masculinity and public health.

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