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    This is incredibly necessary for corporate users. The discomfort and awkwardness misgendering a colleague can cause for everyone involved is one of the small ways that trans and nonbinary individuals can be unintentionally held back in the work world. No one enjoys any form of embarrassment in a work meeting, and it can lead to unconscious bias against or a reluctance to engage with a trans or nonbinary colleague. The impact of being regularly, even if accidentally, misgendered in the workplace can be severe. Pronouns after names in Teams would be a simple way to help make the workplace more inclusive and welcoming.

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    This is incredibly necessary for corporate users as well as in educational settings. Having pronouns displayed in teams meetings would add another reminder and help avoid using incorrect pronouns when referring to a colleague. The discomfort and awkwardness this can cause for everyone involved is one of the small ways that trans and nonbinary individuals can be unintentionally held back in the work world, as no one enjoys any form of embarrassment in a work meeting. It can lead to unconscious bias against or a reluctance to engage with a trans or nonbinary colleague.

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