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- An Animated View of Trans History From The ACLU August 21, 2017
- Non-Binary Video Compilation August 11, 2017
- In A Heartbeat, An Animated Short Film July 31, 2017
- More Than Male And Female July 11, 2017
- Commercial reveals what some LGBT individuals go through in Japan July 3, 2017
- When asked their sex, some are going with option ‘X’ – USA Today June 25, 2017
- On Taking The Sting Out of Slurs by Using Them as Empowerment. June 15, 2017
- Non-Binary Genders and Intersex Individuals June 12, 2017
- I Am Genderqueer (And What the #@%! That Means) | ContraPoints June 12, 2017
- Coming Out as Genderqueer June 12, 2017
- 10 Gender Identities Beyond Male and Female June 3, 2017
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Tag Archives: pronouns
Contra Points takes on the challenge of defining genderqueer and non-binary gender identities. Here’s some links to he/she/their, (the video offers various pronoun choices) social media contact information. Is it really coming out if no one is surprised? ✿Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/contrapoints … Continue reading
6 Reasons Your Discomfort with They/Them Pronouns Reveals Unchecked Cis Privilege — Everyday Feminism
Some perspective on resistance to using They/Them pronouns from this article from Ashley Truong at Everyday Feminism. Obviously this impacts me as an Agender person who prefers they/them pronouns. I have found some difficulty in conveying why this is important … Continue reading
In this post by Camille Beredjick at the Friendly Atheist blog the author takes aim at conservatives who are attacking gender neutral pronouns and their recommend use. I have excerpted about half of Camille’s post. Read the second half by … Continue reading
A short, pleasant discussion about gender and language.
An objective opinion piece about gender neutral pronouns and why they may be here to stay. There is still a significant amount of backlash against gender-neutral pronouns, but signs are beginning to point to these becoming a new standard, and … Continue reading
Ten important things to know about transgender people. By Jazz Jennings presented by Cosmopolitan.com
Original graphic from http://gtfothinspo.com found on Pinterest — Resolution Upconvert by Fairy JerBear.
Tyler Ford breaks down their preferred pronouns (and mine) and talks about why pronoun use is important. They also talk about being respectful and using Caitlyn Jenner’s preferred pronouns “she/her/hers: when taking about her.
This graphic-intensive video seeks to explore non-binary gender identities. I urge you to continue watching past the beginning witch uses computerized voices and gender stereotypes to make a point.
As someone who has adopted the pronoun they and it’s other forms, (their/them), I found this video helpful. For anybody confused about using they as a singular, non-binary pronoun, watch and be informed.
The Gender-Neutral Prefix “Mx.” Has Been Added To The Oxford English Dictionary, Because Not Everyone Is A Mr. Or A Ms.
Recognition for a prefix for non-binary gender identities who don’t use Mr, Mrs or Ms. has come to the Oxford English Dictionary. The newly recognized prefix is Mx. Here’s an excerpt from the story at Bustle… David McNew/Getty Images News/Getty … Continue reading
I am Fairy JerBear and I am Agender. My pronouns are They/Their/Them. I know that it can be difficult for people to get used to. So here’s a comic on pronoun dos and don’ts from Robot Hugs to help you … Continue reading
Trans youth talking about pronouns.
Description: http://tomscott.com – @tomscott – Grammatical gender is a silly concept. So I’m about to go against my vow of descriptivism, and risk being run over by the Linguistic Mafia’s bus, and say this: it’s a silly idea.
This is a video that explains the use of language when talking about or to a non-binary gendered person
Note: “She, her, her” is listed as feminine and “he, him, his” is listed as masculine for English learners. Many other languages (such as Spanish) use gendered pronouns for non-human objects. “She, her, her” and “he, him, his” are not … Continue reading
A fascinating and generally well written article on the emergence of the genderqueer, agender or other androgynous identiies and how it is being addressed on campuses… The weekly meetings of Mouthing Off!, a group for students at Mills College in … Continue reading