A Gender Euphoric Workplace in PracticeFor us, this has meant having open conversations about uniforms, bringing up pronouns on a tour, and engaging with the media. It has sometimes led to more work, but Sita often reminds me, it’s worth it because it means coming to work feeling safe and celebrated.
We’re still discovering what it means to be a gender euphoric workplace, but here are our top tips:
Ripley being gender euphoric
Our experience creating a gender euphoric workplace refutes the stereotype that being trans-affirming is a heavy, laborious and intense process that you can never quite get right.
She Shapes History is young and we’re only at the beginning of my journey embracing my gender identity. But one thing I can confidently say is that this is a euphoric journey we are both on.
p.s if you are looking for more gender euphoric stories we highly recommend the book Gender Euphoria: Stories of Joy from Trans, Non-binary and Intersex Writers