U of T, UWindsor release tools to support research, initiatives related to gender, sexuality


The University of Toronto and the University of Windsor have both released tools to help staff, students, and researchers engage respectfully and inclusively on gender and sexuality issues. U of T has unveiled its Asexuality and Aromanticism Bibliography, a resource containing more than 500 references to asexuality and aromanticism that will aid scholars in conducting inclusive research. UWindsor has launched its Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Pronouns, a tool that helps users understand and respect the use of pronouns outside the gender binary. The guide includes an informational website as well as a 30-minute video profiling members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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