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8 ways to become a queer inclusive birthwork practice

Queer inclusivity is not just a business strategy, but a way of living. Though this piece is targeted to speak on how to become a queer inclusive birthwork practice, I'd like for us to expand these 8 suggestions and apply them to our day to day lives.

In order to be a queer inclusive practice/person, your whole mindset needs to shift. It's not as easy as posting up a rainbow poster to your wall - queer validity is not a performance.

In this blog post, we'll move through each of the eight strategies and explore how and why they are important to navigate when opening up our carework practices to be more inclusive of queer folks.

This post was written for the folks at Brood Care Inc.

Edit: #2 should reflect the terminology "blank spot" rather than "blind spot" as the latter exhibits ableist language.


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