This excerpt is from a post written by Nat Mulkey, originally published on Closler blog.
Genderqueer and non-binary individuals aren’t a new phenomenon and neither are gender-neutral pronouns. Though the singular use of they/them has entered the dictionary only recently, it’s been used colloquially for many years. But they/them isn’t the only gender-neutral pronoun out there. A few other examples, considered neopronouns, include xe/xem and ze/hir (pronounced zee/zem and zee/here respectively).
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