Neopronouns - Neopronouns — Resources on Personal Pronouns

Many Indo-European languages frequently have gendered third-person pronouns and may not have a neutral option, or the neutral option may be considered dehumanising when used for a person; thus, neopronouns are typically created with the intention of being a gender neutral option.

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Converse proposed thon, based on a contraction of "that one.

Noun-self pronouns trace their origins to the early 2010s on the website.

Pronoun Some examples of pronouns sorted by grammatical function Pronouns are words that can substitute for a noun.

Pronominal possessive Es : When someone does not get a haircut, es hair grows long.

Description: Pronominal possessive Eir : When someone does not get a haircut, eir hair grows long.

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    Neopronouns may be words created to serve as pronouns such as ' ze / hir ' or 'noun-self' pronouns where existing words are turned into personal pronouns such as 'fae/faer'. Some neopronouns allude to they/them, such as ' ey / em ', a form of Spivak pronoun. A survey by The Trevor Project in 2020 found that 4% of LGBT+ youth used neopronouns.
    By: Flykatz|||||||||
    some stupid shit that girls on tiktok came up with. basically, theyre supposed to be pronouns other than he/she/they, such as pizza/cheeseself. yes, unfortunately im being serious.
    By: docsab|||||||||
    welcome to the updated neopronoun masterlist! the current neopronoun carrd hasn’t been updated so i decided to update it! most of these were taken by the old neopronoun carrd from this tumblr blog! i have added multiple of my own sets as well! i will update this carrd whenever i see new pronouns so people can find pronouns that most fit them!
    By: boldarmy|||||||||
    3. fae/faer/faers (pronounced “fay/fair/fairs”) “Fae doesn’t want sauce with faer chicken fingers.”. 4. ey/em/eir (pronounced “ay/em/heir”) “Ey doesn’t want sauce with eir chicken fingers.”. Even though these are some common pronunciations for these neopronouns, the variations are endless. So, in essence, there’s nothing.
    By: AndyBea|||||||||
    The term “ neopronouns ” tends to refer to pronoun sets developed from the 20th century (or sometimes 19th century) to today. Many of them are actually not that new. A few examples of these are described in greater detail on Wikipedia, where you can also find examples of how to use some of them in sentences. Often, people make assumptions.
    By: funny_SS||||||||| - 2022
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