people whose gender identity is different from the gender they were thought to be at birth.
Me: “Im a transgender male and I go by he/him,it/it’s,and voi/void.”
Gender nuetral pronouns, that are commonly used by nonbinary people
Some Neopronouns examples: xe/xem/xyr, ze/hir/hirs, ey/em/eir
L: lesbain meaning women attracted to women G: gay meaning men attracted to men B: bisexual meaning liking male and female T: Trans meaning a person who’s personal identity and gender does not correspond with their birth sex Q: Queer which is a umbrella term for sexual and gender identities other than straight and cisgender
Me: “I’m the G and the T in lgbtq!”
A set of Pronouns most commonly used referring to multiple people or a non-binary individual
“They went to the church but will be back soon”
“Can you tell them that they need to do the chores?”
“Alex’s new pronouns are they/them”
A part of speech that indirectly refer to a noun.
“What are jakes pronouns again?”
“my pronouns are they/them.”
“What are your preferred pronouns?”