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My Pronouns are Fluid and My Identity is Solid

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“This is actually the purpose of language — to give meaning to concepts as they evolve.” — Alok Vaid-Menon

For some people, using pronouns that are familiar to everyone they meet (he/him and she/her) feels best. Others use the third personal singular “they,” which still isn’t necessarily accepted by dominant society, but it is catching on as a gender neutral alternative. Neopronouns…

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The Transgender Therapist

Queer, trans, white therapist living in the Pacific Northwest. I write about relationships, poetry, philosophy, mental health, queer stuff and more.

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