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Best book you'll ever find covering this subject and a great book for workplaces or schools, even just to give to family members to pass around as a learning or for more understanding towards they/them pronouns Especially with the unique dynamic they created with having a Cismale voice in the mix to make a more realistic vibe. Its a work of pure soft art, for sure.
This is a great and approachable resource for people learning about using they/them pronouns. It answers all the common questions and is enjoyable to read. The comic format is fun and engaging. I keep a copy on my coffee table.
This book is a must have for me and I have a few copies so that one will always be on my shelf. Not only is it super informative, but the illustrations are cute and it's a very easy read! A must for lgbtqia+ book collectors <3
I learned a lot from this book. I recently read a book with a non binary character, and it was hard to get used to the use of "they" to refer to a single person. I was always taught that you shouldn't use "they" to refer to one person in your writing if you don't know the gender, or you want it to be universal, and instead you should use "one" or "a person." This book shows how the pronouns "they/them" and others should be used today.
The book also gives examples of how to handle situations where you are unsure of or use the incorrect pronoun. For instance, it is better to try and use the correct pronoun, rather than just ignoring the person's wishes. You shouldn't ask someone what pronoun they "prefer" because their gender identity isn't a preference. Gender identity is who they are, so they can't change it. Instead you should ask what pronoun they use. These kinds of sensitivities are important in the modern world of multiple different gender identities.
This is a great guide to pronouns, in an accessible graphic novel format. It is short and informative, with some humour in the illustrations.
Small book, easy to read and yet so so informative. It is the perfect gift for yourself if you want to understand all the different pronouns but it is all perfect as a gift for someone else. Maybe, even, a coming out facilitator.