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This might describe a bit how you're feeling.

I don't think there is a silver bullet, as everyone comes at this issue with different experiences. Seems like you felt pretty tokenized. For what it's worth, I think it's possible to be thoughtful about how gender dynamics might affect a situation without having to address someone as a woman and treating people of underrepresented like others. Dancing around an issue when it should be addressed is also not right in its own context.

It's a lot of little things for me and it usually boils down to doing a lot of listening and learning a lot of little lessons as you go.

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