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Keri Murray

So appreciate this... The one addition that comes to mind is cisgender privilege... And how invisibility dour everyday language is in 'his' and 'her' references for example.

And something about intersections... Not sure how to ask questions about this as yet... But something we might know about unless we tried on someone else's shoes and walked around in them for a day or two... What we might discover or be confronted by (that privilege blinds us to).

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