He’s, They’s, and the Joy of Gender Expression

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By Trish Rooney What do Babar, Melman from Madagascar and Ord from Dragon Tales all have in common? According to submissions to Ian Davies’ Twitter account @emonormie, they all use he/they pronouns. The internet has long been home to fraught, often divisive discourse surrounding gender identity and pronouns (think the “I identify as an Attack Helicopter” meme, or the back and forth around neopronouns that’s gone from Tumblr to Tik Tok). But Davies’ account isn’t like that. Here, there is no fighting — or if there is, it looks kind of ridiculous, because you’re arguing about whether or not the …

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