June marks Pride Month, and the team here at Trinity Web Media wants to remind everyone the importance of remaining allies with the LGBTQ+ community. Our company never stands for any discrimination, and we will stay that way. Whether based on race, religion, sexual orientation, creed, ethnicity, or anything like that, we are allies.
If you or someone you know within the pride community needs messaging, we are always here to help. Getting the message out first is just as important as remaining true to our beliefs against discrimination of any kind. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us!
Sup everyone, Greg Taylor with another bonus episode of the New Marketing Show. Check us out. hope everybody’s doing all right. You know, here we are, we’re in June. Hard to believe we’re in June already. I’m sitting in the back here. I remember making videos about when quarantines first started over a year ago. So it’s crazy how time flies. But now here we are, June, June is Pride Month. And, you know, I just wanted to get on here real quick, and take a stand and say, Trinity Web Media as an ally, or an ally to anybody in the underserved community.
You know, when it comes to, you know, we don’t stand for any type of discrimination based on race, religion, sexual orientation, creed, ethnicity, anything like that, you know, we are an ally, organization, and if there is anybody out there, in the gay, transworld who needs consulting needs help, please drop us a line, you know, we are here to help you, you know, we’re here to help you pro bono, we’re here to advise you how to get your message out there.
So we are definitely here for you, you know, it’s, you know, this is one of those things, you know, touches me touches my family where we do have a lot of friends and family members who are part of the same-sex part of the gay community, I want to say, you know, the letters, but I always get them mixed up in my head, so, but the lesbian, the BI, gay, trans, gender, community, everybody, you know, we are here for you. As an ally, we are here to support you, we’re here to help. We’re here to learn.
Also, you know, a lot of the things, you know, you know, from the ces world. You know, I think that there are a lot of dogs. And I do think that there are a lot of ignorant people out there. But I think that a lot of things also are misunderstood. And misunderstood from an informational basis, where a lot of times people are uncomfortable on having open conversations about different situations and different ways.
You know, discrimination affects you, you know, and I’ve been fortunate enough to have a lot of good friends who have been part of, you know, the gay and trans communities, where I’m able to have an open dialogue to understand things. So biggest thing that I can say from my side is to understand pronouns. Understand why they’re important. And if you don’t understand why they’re important, just respect what the other the other person’s wishes.
A lot of times, when you go into meetings, and you are meeting with a trans individual or a gay individual, they will automatically use their pronouns. And it’s part of the vernacular, it’s part of the introduction. So one thing I can say is be pronoun aware.
And I think that when you’re pronoun-aware, you can start to open a dialog, you can start to open and facilitate communication. You know, and you can ask questions, and, you know, me being, you know, again, part of this community, you know, I was, I was fortunate enough to be able to ask questions in a manner so that I could seek understanding.
So, if you do wish to ask questions, make sure you do it in a respectful manner. Make sure that you understand the conversation that you’re about to get into, and go from there. So, Trinity Web Media, we are allies, and we will always be that way. Hey, thanks for watching. We’ll see you soon.