Coming Out At Work: Hearing My Pronouns in Use

Yesterday, I overheard a co-worker talking to a candidate for one of our proposals.  The co-worker, Bob, was getting some additional information for me.  Bob consistently and without hesitation used he/him/his when referring to me in that conversation.

I wanted to jump up and down and celebrate, or run around to his cubicle to hug him, but I restrained myself.  Today, I will thank him for it.

That’s one, 27 more to go.

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3 Responses to Coming Out At Work: Hearing My Pronouns in Use

  1. Charli says:

    Good to hear!! :)

  2. Roxy says:

    Whoo hooo!

    thank you, love :-) It is definitely very Whoo Hoo! – K

  3. Reading these have made me smile for you. :)

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