Do you know the 78+ Gender Pronouns?

by Jackie Robinson
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What are the 78+ gender pronouns?

I have to say that I was somewhat confused seeing that there are 78 gender pronouns. And, according to my local librarian, there are 30 plus more! As a member of the “Boomer” generation, Sister Mary taught us only 12 personal pronouns in grade school. Do you know the 78+ gender pronouns?

Do you remember these?

  • I
  • he
  • him
  • her
  • it
  • me
  • she
  • them
  • they
  • us
  • we
  • you

Trip of Change Purpose

So, in these series of Trip of Change podcast episodes, it is our mission to help all of us get over the confusion and try to gain a better, loving, positive understanding of what the younger generations are fighting for.


Gender-neutral Pronouns, and How to Use Them

  • He/She — Zie, Sie, Ey, Ve, Tey, E.
  • Him/Her — Zim, Sie, Em, Ver, Ter, Em.
  • His/Her — Zir, Hir, Eir, Vis, Tem, Eir.
  • His/Hers — Zis, Hirs, Eirs, Vers, Ters, Eirs.
  • Himself/Herself — Zieself, Hirself, Eirself, Verself, Terself, Emself.

28-Sep-2018 (There have been more since 2018)

What are your preferred gender pronouns?

• A “preferred gender pronoun” (or PGP) is the pronoun that a person chooses to use for themself. For. example: If Xena’s preferred pronouns are she, her, and hers, you could say “Xena ate her food because she was hungry.”

How many gender identity pronouns are there?

Wikipedia’s genderneutral pronouns page lists 14 “non-traditional pronouns” in English, though three are variants of “ze”. Other online resources for the non-binary community, however, offer hundreds of options.

What are my pronouns if I’m a boy?

She/her/hers and he/him/his are a few commonly used pronouns. Some people call these “female/feminine” and “male/masculine” pronouns, but many avoid these labels because not everyone who uses he feels like a “male” or “masculine.” There are also lots of gender-neutral pronouns in use.

How do you list gender pronouns?

Pronouns can be in the first person singular (I, me) or plural (we, us); second person singular or plural (you); and the third person singular (e.g., she/her, he/him, they/them, ze/hir) or plural (they/them).

What are your pronouns if you’re non-binary?

Many nonbinary people use “they” while others use “he” or “she,” and still others use other pronouns. Asking whether someone should be referred to as “he,” “she,” “they,” or another pronoun may feel awkward at first, but is one of the simplest and most important ways to show respect for someone’s identity.5 thg 10, 2018

Can I use they them pronouns if I’m not non-binary?

They” pronouns are not exclusively “nonbinary pronouns,” not only because not all nonbinary people use them, but also because some nonnonbinary people do.

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