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I hope someday people will realize how easy they/them pronouns are to use, especially in situations where you're unsure of someone's gender!

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Hmmm the woman was probably like:

Red haired? Red haired.

Check? Check.

Next!

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I know nothing about this event (a Renaissance fair I guess?) but it looks cool, hope it was! :D

Also I'm not sure how to say that but congratulations on the strength - and possible rush of euphoria - about dressing with a nip out? And facing all this, and being rewarded with the fair itself. Lots of affectionate trans vibes toward you, ND!

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I'm sorry, are you no longer including she/her pronouns or do you just prefer he/him? I just don't want to misgender you if I write an article about your work!

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AfaIk he’s still using he/she/they pronouns.

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=)

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I notice I don't get a lot of offence or backlash for saying they/them if the person identify as a man or woman when I greet them the first time. So it is my go-to most of the time

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Extremely dope outfit well done πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

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what's most shocking to me is that you can get away with having an out of state license for that long! I've had to change mine like every 3 years because I keep moving states, its so annoying

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Last ren faire I went to they had a weapons throwing section I spent wayyyy too much money at but also I love throwing axes so no regrets

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And he looks at me... and I look at him... and he looks at me.... and I look at him... 🎢

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