Latin: Mutatis Mutandis

by Joanne von Spanien

Mutatis mutandis means “changing things that need to be changed’ and can be used when comparing two similar situations. People often confuse it with vice versa, which is just to flip around the position of the subject and the object in a sentence.

“Passing for a trans woman means being read as a cis women in everyday life, mutatis mutandis for trans men.” NOT VICE VERSA!!

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