What is a Pronoun?
A pronoun is a word used in place of someone's name.Example: "Peter the Anteater is here! He is ready to cheer!"
Why are Pronouns important?
How do you know what pronouns to use?
What should you do if you make a Mistake?
Examples of Pronouns and their utilization
He/Him/HisHe Knows | I'll Ask Him | That Is His
She/Her/HersShe Knows | I'll Ask Her | That Is Hers
They/Them/TheirsThey Know | I'll Ask Them | That Is Theirs
Ze/Zir/ZirsZe Knows | I'll Ask Zir | that Is Zirs
Check out the website Minus18, and their game to help learn to use pronouns!
Click here for a link to the Pronouns Game tool
Click her for a link to the Minus18 webpage
According to The Trevor Project's 2020 National Survey, 1 in 4 youth (ages 13-24) go by pronouns other than he/him or she/her. For transgender and nonbinary youth, being referred to by the correct name and pronouns is a simple gesture of support.
In honor of Coming Out Day, BestColleges.com created a pronouns guide. Our guide covers why it is important to use personal pronouns, using gender pronouns for equity and inclusion, and educational resources. Take a look below:https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/gender-pronouns-lgbtq-students/