Neopronouns, they’re way older than you think

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When people hear the term neopronoun or some of the lesser used third-person singular there is often a push back or even outright refusal to acknowledge their validity. The idea that someone has to use a pronoun outside of the typical he/him/his or she/her/hers (even using they/them/theirs is sometimes viewed under the neopronoun umbrella despite its age) can sometimes come off as that person wanting to be…

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Michea B

Michea B

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Queer|Pronouns he/they. Owner of Illuminatus Design. Degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (GSWS, Psychology, English) & Theology (M:Div)