Update to Transgender Style Guide: Bodies and Anatomy - Announcing an update to the transgender style guide: two new sections on how to sensitively and inclusively refer to bodies and anatomy.
Update to Transgender Style Guide: “They” as a Personal Pronoun - Announcing an update to the transgender style guide: a new section on using "they" as a personal pronoun.
The Radical Copyeditor’s Style Guide for Writing About Transgender People - All of the best practices for how to write with care about transgender people, written by a genderqueer copyeditor.
Graphic using speech bubbles to illustrate why it's important to stop calling white supremacists "insane": When people say "insane white supremacists," "these KKK marches are crazy," "the USA has gone made," and "racism is a mental illness," what they are really saying is "people with disabilities are abnormal; it's an insult to be compared to them," "people with mental health conditions are dangerous, violent, criminal," "racism is irrational; an abnormality; history, not current reality," and "racism is caused by individuals, not by systems of white supremacy." Why It’s Incredibly Problematic to Call White Supremacists “Insane” - Calling racism a "mental illness" has got to stop. Here are five reasons why.
On “Person-First Language”: It’s Time to Actually Put the Person First - The "person-first language" rule was created to put the person first, not a disability or diagnosis. But it doesn't.
What’s in a Word: white supremacy - Sometimes you don't need a dictionary, you need a radical copyeditor. In this issue: what does "white supremacy" really mean?
Radical Vocabulary: Post-Election Words to Know - Sometimes you need a radical dictionary. In this issue: radical definitions of trending words since the election.
What’s in a Word: white nationalism - Sometimes you don't need a dictionary, you need a radical copyeditor. In this issue: what does "white nationalism" mean? And should I use it?
The New York Times, Radically Copyedited: Reporting on Bias - In this edition of "radically copyedited," a New York Times article gets called out for false equivalence in reporting on bias.
What’s in a Word: alt-right - Sometimes you don't need a dictionary, you need a radical copyeditor. In this issue: what does "alt-right" mean? And should I use it?

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