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- What do I call the instructor?
My full name is Rachel Wil Sha Singh.
At work the system has me as "R.W.".
Around friends and online I go by "Moos", "Moose", or "Moosie".
I have various names used in different contexts and I don't
consider any of my names "deadnames" (except surnames I no longer have :)
You can call me any name, though I prefer gender-neutral terms like
professor, rather than "Mrs." or "Ma'am".
(Or if you're going to bring gender into it, call me "Mr." at random.)
- Pronouns are confusing?
My pronouns are "they/them", though my signature at work also gives
the option of "he/him". But I am nonbinary, so I prefer
more gender-neutral terms. For example:
You could also just avoid pronouns altogether:
- "That is my teacher R.W. - They still haven't graded my assignment!"
- "R.W. made a course webpage themself!"
Or you could randomize them, which is preferred if you have to use she sometimes:
- "That is my teacher R.W. - R.W. still hasn't graded my assignment!"
- "R.W. made a course webpage!"
- "That is my teacher R.W. - She still haven't graded my assignment! He is so busy. They need to offload some of their work."