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What are gender pronouns?

 

Pronouns are used to refer to someone without using their name, in the English language the most common pronouns are ‘he’ and ‘she’. However, these are gendered pronouns and are used to refer to males and females. For people who don’t identify as either 100% male or 100% female, they may choose to have a gender-neutral/non-binary pronoun such as ‘they’ or ‘ze’.

why are pronouns important?

Imagine how you would feel, as a woman, being referred to as ‘he’ in emails from your boss.

Imagine how you would feel, as a woman, being referred to as ‘he’ in emails from your boss… Pronouns are as much a part of our identity as our names.You can't always know someone’s pronoun just by looking at them. Asking and correctly using someone's preferred pronoun is one of the easiest ways to show your respect for their gender identity. When someone is referred to with the wrong pronoun, it can make them feel disrespected and upset.

Unsure of someone's pronoun?

 

We would not assume someone’s name so why should we assume their pronoun? Its as simple as that! After you tell someone your name, also tell them your pronoun. By sharing your pronoun, you will invite others to share theirs.

How to use the app:

 

Why is the app useful?

Getting pronouns we are unfamiliar with correct can be difficult. Once you know someone’s pronoun, you can use the app to create more personalised communications and change existing ones to be more inclusive to them. It is also a great learning tool to help you get familiar with non-binary pronouns.

 

How to use the app?

Simply paste your text, select your pronoun and let it change the pronouns for you.

 

Who is the app useful for?

The app is useful for anyone who wants to make inclusive communications, whether that be something short like an email or a longer document, like an employment contract. It could be your friend who has recently chosen to identify as non-binary or someone in your business that you want to ensure feels comfortable.