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Beyond 'he' and 'she': The rise of non-binary pronounsIn the English language, the word "he" is used to refer to males and "she" to refer to females. But some people identify as neither gender, or both - which is why an increasing number of US universities are making it easier for people to choose to be referred to by other pronouns.
Gender Census 2018 - the pronouns questionThe survey took place between 1st February and 25th March 2018, and there were 11,241 respondents, of which 1,528 said they were living in the UK.
The fourth question was a complex set of questions, which started with Supposing all pronouns were accepted by everyone without question and were easy to learn, which pronouns are you happy for people to use for you? This was accompanied by a list of pre-written checkbox options. It included “a pronoun set not listed here”. and if you chose that it took you to a separate set of questions that let you enter up to five pronoun sets in detail, which I will for the sake of convenience call “the neopronoun questions”.
Gender Pronouns to Support Identity: Creating a Campus of DifferenceThe article offers information on the implementation of the methodical use of pronouns in the student information system at Elon University in Elon, North Carolina. Topics include an optional LGBTQIA affinity question to the university's admissions application, creation of a campus environment with acceptance and openness through inclusive language, and transgender and gender-nonconforming college students.