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Hello! This is QM's crowdsourced greylist: If you have had experiences with homophobic/transphobic/etc isssues in professional/educational and business contexts, you can add them here so LGBTQIA2+ people can avoid them for safety and comfort. Please provide their name/basic info, as well as the reason for their presence in the greylist and the year(does not have to include personal details).
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Note ----- this is an open sourced document for comments, so to submit you must click on a cell and add a comment with what you would like to add in, so that the QM comms coord can then approve it to avoid spamming. -------- Please also note that anyone can add to this document (though we do monitor additions), therefore these are not necessarily views held by Queer McGill as an organization. This is rather a resource by QM members, for other QM members.
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Example: prof. Xylophone Piano, class: Frigidaires In a Marxist Economy - reason: refuses to use correct pronouns and name and continuously misgenders trans students
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Douglas Farrow School of Religious StudiesMade transphobic the panel the Catholic Society was forced to hold where QM and the UGE and QPIRG went to protest in 2017VideotronRefusal to change correspondance name until legal name change was made, and even then required to see the birth certificate. Misgendering people on the phone and insisting on people's gender when talking, 2017
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Prof. N. Doiron/French Grammartransphobic behavior, specifically refusal to use correct pronouns, 2019ComputershareTerminated on the last day of three month training after a supervisor complained about my presence in the men’s room. I brought documents from the Canadian government website about how to integrate LGBTQIA2S+ employees into a corporate environment and was told by HR that they did not have anything to learn from me. This was all after I asked at my interview whether the company supported transgender employees and was assured there would be no discrimination. 2017
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HIST 249in the second part of the current version of this course, the debate on whether trans people exist, and if trans people should is taught. it is given credibility, partly by inlcuding paraphrased points from transphobic theorists. Writings or other works by trans people are not included. 2019
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Prof Samuel Veissiere, Anthropology and Psychiatry transphobic behaviour, hosted talk on gender dysphoria by Dr Ken Zucker, made the university a less safe space for trans people, 2020
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Arash AbizadehDoes not use preferred names unless changed on Minerva
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