What are the 4 gender pronouns? Pronouns can be in the first person singular (I, me) or plural (we, us); second person singular or plural (you); and the third person singular (e.g., she/her, he/him, they/them, ze/hir) or plural (they/them). Gendered pronouns specifically reference someone’s gender: he/him/his or she/her/hers.

How many transgender pronouns are there? Wikipedia’s gender-neutral pronouns page lists 14 “non-traditional pronouns” in English, though three are variants of “ze”. Other online resources for the non-binary community, however, offer hundreds of options.

Do we use he or she for transgender? A transgender person may say “I use she/her” or “I use he/him.” The primary gender-neutral singular pronoun in English is it, which isn’t useful because it applies to objects, not people. This should never be used to refer to a transgender person, or a cisgender one for that matter!

What are LGBT pronouns? They are linguistic tools that we use to refer to people, such as they/them/theirs, she/her/hers, he/him/his or even zie/zir/zirs. Someone’s pronouns inform us how to best refer to and honor them. It is not necessary to know someone’s gender identity or pronouns in advance of meeting them.

What are the 4 gender pronouns? – Additional Questions

Why do gender pronouns matter?

Using the correct pronouns is a way of affirming identity in every interaction. Because of the number of times we use pronouns in a conversation, we can show respect — or disrespect — that many times. Whether you think it’s a big deal or not, gender pronouns are important.

What are the 72 pronouns?

Gender-neutral Pronouns, and How to Use Them
  • He/She — Zie, Sie, Ey, Ve, Tey, E.
  • Him/Her — Zim, Sie, Em, Ver, Ter, Em.
  • His/Her — Zir, Hir, Eir, Vis, Tem, Eir.
  • His/Hers — Zis, Hirs, Eirs, Vers, Ters, Eirs.
  • Himself/Herself — Zieself, Hirself, Eirself, Verself, Terself, Emself.

What are my pronouns if I’m a girl?

She/her/hers and he/him/his are a few commonly used pronouns. Some people call these “feminine” and “masculine” pronouns, but many people avoid these labels because not everyone who uses he feels “masculine.” There are also lots of other pronouns in use, some of them more gender neutral.

What are the 23 pronouns?

They are the following pronouns: my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its, our, ours, their, and theirs.

Parts of Speech – Pronouns

  • The new car is his. The new car is his.
  • Yours will be here tomorrow.
  • I like theirs best.
  • Should we go for a ride in his or hers?