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He, she, they: The changing face of gender pronouns

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3️⃣ Using others’ pronouns (and your own) helps to remove assumptions and expectations about the ways people look, feel, and act.

every queer woman on tinder: *discloses current reading list, preferred pronouns, political affiliations, past traumas, relationship status, romantic expectations, sexual preferences, shoe size, blood type* every cis-het dude: PINEAPPLE DOES NOT GO ON PIZZA

every queer woman on tinder: *discloses current reading list, preferred pronouns, political affiliations, past traumas, relationship status, romantic expectations, sexual preferences, shoe size, blood type* every cis-het dude: PINEAPPLE DOES NOT GO ON PIZZA

He, she, they: The changing face of gender pronouns

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He, she, they: The changing face of gender pronouns

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Ladies, Gentlemen, People of All Pronouns: Meet Mr. September. #dogs  #calendar 

I didn’t know: What set the Quakers apart from other evangelical sects was their rejection of conventional modes of address — above all, their peculiar use of pronouns.

What Quakers Can Teach Us About the Politics of Pronouns

He, she, they: The changing face of gender pronouns

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PLEASE READ: When Sen. Harris said her pronouns were she her and her's, I said mine too. I should not have. I apologize. I am an ally of the LGBTQ community, and I am sorry because I am committed to helping us achieve equality. Thank you for watching our townhall.

“The real snowflakes aren’t rape survivors who request trigger warnings or students who’d like that we use their correct pronouns—they’re people with power who can’t abide even the slightest criticism without using their influence to demand consequences.”

I am electing to have no pronouns at all With my pronouns being non existent they revert to Tim / Tim Tim had to ask Tim what Tim wanted to do with Tim's life

While they’re at it they should add their adjectives: dumb/dumber ‘She/hers': In progressive move, 3 presidential hopefuls add pronouns to their bios

Pronouns make (or break) a leader: “I think history will point out some of the things I did wrong and maybe even some of the things we did right.” — to He use “I” to shoulder the burden of mistakes and “we” to share credit for success. #Leadership 

11:11 people use your correct pronouns

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