If we're making changes anyways, can we please stop using the term "Birth name" in our CCRG forms of all kinds? I suggest that we use the term 'legal name' instead.
I'm personally sensitive to it because my birth name has the last name of my abusive father, and there's no reason CCRG needs to know this name if I've gone through all the legislative effort to change my legal name. I know that there's no mal-intentions on the part of CCRG, but it's a little kick in the gut for me every time I have to write it. I imagine individuals who are transgendered might feel the same annoyance as me, not wanting to put their birth name as it would likely misgender them. I assume that these individuals, I know I do, just put our legal names anyways and not our birth names, but every time I see it it reminds me of my birth name (which isn't a pleasant experience for me.)
Since I'm sensitive to it I thought I'd bring it up, but I'm not trying to blame anyone in particular, I would just like for our terminology to be updated.
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