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Singular Use of the Pronoun They Campaign Update


if you signed this petition and wondered what's happening with it, check your inboxes because I sent an update on what's going on.  There aren't any great replies from politicians, so I'm just trying to make a change in society and culture at large on my own, but it would be better if you helped spread the word.  :)

Here is an example of what I sent into the Oxford Dictionary, as a new inclusion.

pronoun/ singular  \ˈthā\
1.     Used to refer to one person, of dual gender identity or someone who is genderless.
2.     A person, who is not distinctly male or female.  ie: Androgynous, Transmasculine, Transfeminine, Genderqueer, Genderfluid, Bigender, Genderambiguous.

3.     A person who does not identity with either gender.  ie: Genderless or Agender.

Origin of They
Middle English, from Old Norse their, masculine plural demonstrative & personal pron.; akin to Old English thæt that…
First Known Use: 13th century.


If you can send something in like this too, they might just listen.


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