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Gender expression on Instagram is a sign of progress says trans and gender-diverse community – ABC News

Non-binary comedian Chris Lani-McCallister is one of the many thousands of social media users to add gender pronouns to their Instagram profile.



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Instagram user and comedian Chris Lani-McCallister felt a range of emotions when adding their gender-neutral “they/them” pronouns to their Instagram profile.

  • Instagram gives users the option to add up to four gender pronouns to their profile
  • Non-binary comedian Chris Lani-McCallister says it gives them hope for the future
  • Trans health expert Teddy Cook says sharing pronouns is one of the many ways to safeguard the wellbeing of transgender people

“It feels scary, confronting, exciting and freeing.”

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