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Wow! Joe, can you believe that Jamie finished his final paper already?! He's been working on that for months--
--Hey Bob, I don't mean to interrupt but I use they/them/their pronouns...you can also just use my name, Jamie.
What's the difference, dude? You look like a guy.
C'mon Bob, it's important to respect Jamie's identity. Although you and I may not be able to relate to Jamie, we need to recognize them properly.
Seriously, Joe? It's not that big of a deal.
Yes it, Bob! This is Jamie's identity we're talking about -- we need to be supportive.
By sticking by Jamie's side, we can be allies and offer a supportive environment for them. I know it might be difficult to comprehend but over time you will learn to understand their differences.
Okay, now I understand how important this is to you, Jamie. I'm sorry if I offended you. I'll always be here to support you.
Thank you, Bob. I really appreciate you advocating for and encouraging me!
I'm so glad we're all friends! We'll always have each other's backs!
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