I am involved, as a therapist, with persons who're physically
intersex and others who cross gender lines in other ways.

When I looked at language I found that a "gender neutral" pronoun
(EG "hir" etc) although intended to be such often ended up being
used as a "third gender" pronoun (IE of a person neither male or
female). So perhaps 4 pronouns are needed; male, female, neither
male or female, and "any"; the later for use with collectives,
generics, or where the gender of the individual is unkown.

Just a thought.



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