From ‘they’ to ‘latinx’: how gender pronouns have expanded beyond the binary

//From ‘they’ to ‘latinx’: how gender pronouns have expanded beyond the binary

From ‘they’ to ‘latinx’: how gender pronouns have expanded beyond the binary

What pronoun do you use to identify yourself? He? She? They? Something altogether different?It’s a question increasingly asked as acceptance of a spectrum of gender and sexual identities grows. Some languages, such as Chinese and Persian, don’t assign nouns a gender or already have a gender-neutral form for people built in. But in languages whose grammar is traditionally based on exclusively male or female options, the answer to this question can still require an explanation.So how do you talk…

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