Why You Should Use People’s Preferred Pronouns

A Short Explanation Even Republicans Can Understand

Erik Devaney

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Let’s start with a hypothetical.

Imagine someone — let’s call them Esmeralda — has just informed their family that they are non-binary and would like to be addressed with the pronouns “they/them” moving forward.

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Erik Devaney

Full-time stay-at-home dad, part-time ghostwriter, retired pub musician, recovering marketer