This educomic explains why as an ally or accomplice, you need to believe trans people when there's been harm done and try to mitigate that harm rather than require trans people to suffer the indignity of convincing you to affirm their dignity.
My grandma and grandpa (not spouses, from different parents) understood and accepted my transmasculinity, and that's SO FUNNY that they are 70+, and my parents who are 50+ STILL just couldn't get it. Nor accept it
"But I didn't MEAN to insult you!" This comic is meant to help nonbinary individuals and their friends and family have better relationships.
This is a non-fiction comic that explores real life scenarios that were hurtful to real life nonbinary individuals (scenarios have happened to real people who have submitted them for this project). Chris explains why it was hurtful and how people could have done better to make their nonbinary friends and family feel seen, heard, and affirmed.