Category: pronouns

Regular

positrans:

nonbinary people can use gendered pronouns or words to refer to themselves if they want to and they’re still nonbinary and still great

Regular

nonbinarypastels:

people can use whatever pronouns they want regardless of how they look.

you don’t have to be masculine to use he/him pronouns or feminine to use she/her pronouns or androgynous to use they/them (or other neutral) pronouns. it’s absolutely fine if a person’s pronouns are related to their presentation and they use a certain set because of that but it’s alright if your pronouns and presentation don’t relate at all or if the pronouns you use aren’t the ones typically associated with your identity.

nonbinarypastels:

nonbinarypastels:

[Image Description: A set of two color blocks in a horizontal row in two shades of purple with text that reads “these are my pronouns: ey – em – eir”]

nonbinarypastels:

nonbinarypastels:

[Image Description: A set of two color blocks in a horizontal row in two shades of orange with text that reads “these are my pronouns: ze – hir”]

Photo

Photo

nonbinarypastels: they/them pronouns + plant-t…

nonbinarypastels:

  • they/them pronouns + plant-themed lock screens
  • dimensions: 750 x 1344
  • made to fit the iPhone 6s

Regular

vijara:

2017 needs to be the year that cis people stop complaining about how hard a trans person’s transition is for them. it’s not always easy to remember a new name or to adjust to using different pronouns, but i can guarantee that if you think the transition is hard, it’s a hell of a lot harder for the person actually transitioning, and i want to see more cis people being mindful of that instead of making the situation about themselves and their own feelings 

Let’s try again for 2018.

nonbinarypastels: [Image Description: A photos…

nonbinarypastels:

[Image Description: A photoset of four color blocks in varying shades of pink with text that reads “you don’t need to be a man to use he/him pronouns! – you don’t need to be a woman to use she/her pronouns! – you don’t have to be nonbinary to use they/them pronouns! – people of any gender identity can use any pronouns they want!”]

Regular

softfallshadow:

“they” is shorter than “he or she”

“they” is more inclusive than “he or she”

“they” flows more naturally than “he or she”

I don’t want to see “he or she” ever again

Photo

Photo