Pronoun Page
(from the GENDER book) 
A little primer on gender-neutral pronouns. DId you know shakespeare used the singular they? I do, too! That’s me, up top, with the ripped jeans. 
-mel, the artist

Pronoun Page

(from the GENDER book

A little primer on gender-neutral pronouns. DId you know shakespeare used the singular they? I do, too! That’s me, up top, with the ripped jeans. 

-mel, the artist

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