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Davey on Radio Q talking about singular they!

Did you catch Davey on Radio Q talking about they as a gender neutral pronoun? Listen here! Also, How Using They As a Singular Pronoun Can Change the World – updated and expanded – is now available for download as a pdf, print-ready and formatted as a little booklet that you can keep in your […]


Break the Silence About Class: Cross-Class Dialogue Circles

Mar-Apr 2015 – every other week for 6 weeks, time TBD by participants co-hosted by ACT for Social Justice and Think Again Training cost – sliding scale, determined by participants The class divide in the US is growing and yet class is rarely talked about. Let’s break the silence! Cross-Class Dialogue Circles are a powerful way […]


How using ‘they’ as a singular pronoun can change the world

Check out Davey’s article on Feministing! Hopefully, by now you know that calling people the pronouns they want to be called is a basic and necessary way to demonstrate respect for their identities. This includes learning to use non-binary pronouns, such as singular “they.” But using singular they is far more than a way to […]


Hopeful Times

These are hectic, hopeful, powerful times. Millions of people are mobilizing in mass protests against police violence. People who have been passively sympathetic to movements for social justice are starting to get mobilized. And we have a wealth of wisdom to draw on in doing this work in a respectful, responsible, complex and intersectional way. […]


Coming Up in November:

Exploring Identity through Expressive Arts Nov. 12, 6-9pm at Art Rage Gallery, Syracuse, NY Registration is required – about 10 spots remain as of 10/30.   Understanding Trans Identities and Experiences Nov. 13, 6-8pm at Syracuse University in cooperation with the SU LGBT Resources Center   Nothing About This is Binary: Trans Allyship and Coalitions […]


Updated Resources from Think Again

Check out our recently updated handouts available for download: Trans/gender glossary of terms Trans/gender bibliography Trans Etiquette … and as always, if you have an update or new resource to suggest, just get in touch.


Open Workshops in Philadelphia, October 11-12

Think Again is offering 3 great workshops through the William Way LGBT Community Center’s Way Gay U on October 11-12: Exploring Class and Classism in LGBT Communities – This workshop is an opportunity to build dialogue about a topic many of us have been taught not to talk about: class and money. What class differences […]


Class Inequality and Trans Communities

Check out Davey‘s article on Class Action‘s blog: Transgender issues have received more sympathetic media attention in the past few months than ever before. While so many people are paying attention to trans issues for the first time, this seems like an important moment to draw attention to an issue that’s at the heart of many of […]


Queer Theory and Social Work

What does it look like to teach queer theory to social workers? Historicizing seemingly-permanent ideas about gender and sexuality; questioning our assumptions about inherent traits of people; and applying a queer lens to every aspect of social work practice. 70 first year MSW students Smith School for Social Work jumped into this conversation with us […]


School’s Out … Back to School!

  School has just wrapped up, but it’s already time to start planning fall trainings! Think Again offers trainings for student staff, residence life staff, and other college personnel such as “Trans* 101” How to be a Trans* Ally Sex, Culture and Community (especially for res life staff) Collaborative Leadership: Working Together to Make Stuff […]