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We don't need 40 pronouns, and here's what I offerSome of you might have heard about my idea - se/sim/ser/simself, pronouns for everyone, instead of classic he/she, singular they, or neo-pronouns like bun or fae.
An exemplary phrase with them: "Chris is staying with ser cousin. I don't envy sim - this cousin is a bore, though se considers simself a very sociable person. But they are in London, so there are a lot of places to go."
Benefits of accepting these pronouns:
- Significant reduction of sexism. In many non-personal situations, such as reading a magazine article about someone, the gender of the person won't always be obvious, and also people will be taught from the young age that the differences between them aren't relevant anyway.
- End of all misgendering. New pronouns don't refer to a specific gender, so it will be possible to use them for trans people both before and after coming out, which will make the