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Trans and Nonbinary-Friendly @ Oberlin, Wesleyan, Reed?

stressedAHHHstressedAHHH 0 replies2 threads New Member
Hi, I was thinking of applying to Oberlin, Wesleyan, and Reed, but before I do, I wanted to get a sense of the transgender communities there. I know all of them are pretty accepting of LGB people but I haven't seen much on trans or nonbinary people; how many trans and nonbinary people go? And how accepted are they? Do people use they/them pronouns correctly? Thanks!
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  • mom2jgdmom2jgd 111 replies0 threads Junior Member
    All three are excellent!
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  • MidwestmomofboysMidwestmomofboys 4213 replies27 threads Senior Member
    From our interactions with Oberlin, we found that students and faculty are very attuned to pronoun usage. I don't have specific experience with Wesleyan and Reed students but would imagine they are similar to Oberlin in that regard.
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