(Someone had something along the lines of “cut wrist squirt blood” and it could be triggering to others, so i got rid of it)
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hey! i don’t know anything about neopronouns so please edit this if you do. i came here to educate myself about them and what was on here before i edited wasn’t ok and was meant to trigger others.
 
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Neopronouns are any set of singular third person pronouns that are created with the intent of being a gender neutral pronoun set. They are made for the people who don't feel comfortable being refered to as he/him or she/her.
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|<center>'''Most used neutral pronouns'''</center>
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# They/them (79.5%)
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# Xe/xem (7.2%)
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# E/em (5.2%)
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# Ze/hir (4.7%)
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# It/its (4.4%)
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# Fae/faer (4.3%)
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Data provided by the 2019 Gender Census.
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Revision as of 12:51, 9 September 2020

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Neopronouns are any set of singular third person pronouns that are created with the intent of being a gender neutral pronoun set. They are made for the people who don't feel comfortable being refered to as he/him or she/her.

Most used neutral pronouns
  1. They/them (79.5%)
  2. Xe/xem (7.2%)
  3. E/em (5.2%)
  4. Ze/hir (4.7%)
  5. It/its (4.4%)
  6. Fae/faer (4.3%)

Data provided by the 2019 Gender Census.

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