1 you've started picking up ted's voice and 2 the love 'em to death has just made me think of audio listeners neopronouns
3 notes · View notes
Can i ask, if it isn't rude... do u you use any microidentities/labels? Your pronouns are nifty and I've found that a lot of neopronoun users also use neolabels, that's why i ask
hi dont worry abt it i dont mind answering questions abt my gender! personally im just a guy, i dont rlly use any neolabels or microidentities (but like, full respect 2 ppl who do) i just have...a weird relationship w my gender. i still deal with internalized transphobia but a while back i was dealing w some rlly toxic masculinity. using neopronouns kinda helped me to break away from that in a sense; its kind of a way of- idk? expressing myself? plus i just think theyre neat!
1 note · View note
Is ram a pronoun or a name?
Its a pronoun ^^
I support and respect trans people but some neopronouns are genuinely dehumanizing and I will not use them. I’ll use a diff set if they have another (like they/them) or I’ll avoid pronouns and just use their names.
Also people always ignore non native English speakers in these discussions. Neopronouns are such a westernized concept. My mother is an immigrant and her native language doesn’t have pronouns at all. She’s been fluent in English for 20 years but she still messes up pronouns for everyone and everything, with no malicious or intent or anything. I can’t imagine her trying to wrap her head around nounself pronouns. Even as a native English speaker, I can’t do it. And I know how quick my mom would get cancelled for not being able to understand or use them
no but wait this is actually really important!
i went to my home country (non english speaking) only last year and they JUST started using a version of they/them, so i know for a fact it’ll take them a really long time to translate neopronouns or start using them at all....hadn’t i gone to my home country, i would’ve never have known that they didn’t actually have a gender neutral term to refer to NB people until literally a year ago.
so, i think we need to keep in mind when others join the conversation, their first language might not be english (or they might not speak english at all). they aren’t being harmful if they don’t use neos/cannot use neos/choose not to use neos (because it’s hard for them to understand and translate)!!!!
30 notes · View notes
I think with most neopronouns/it/thing, isnt just a mental health thing its also like an outright identity thing (esp its). Most people I know with neopronouns, which have actually a really really long history, use them as a simultaneous 'aesthetic' and identity marker as nonbinary, because their self-concept is So Weird And Ugly to people around them that they may as well embrace it. Like a lot of people who use 'Fae' pronouns use them to both represent their foresty fairy aesthetic but also that they feel othered and strange and Not Human bc of their gender.
It/itself users often do it as reclaimation and also, again, as a way of embracing their distance from society and Otherness. Most people who use 'it' also use traditional pronouns for other trans people tho. I think its worth considering that, while on one level it may feel harmful, its also important to consider why neopronouns, which challenge the gendering of language, may feel empowering to people. Its a complicated matter, at least imo.
However, even for someone generally pro-neopronouns grease and thing are fucking weird admittedly. (This is not a criticism of you tbc i can understand and respect your perspective as someone who lived through a lot of bullshit i just want to explain the issue from a nonbinary person who doesnt use neopronouns but doesnt mind em perspective sorry for long ask)
thank you for explaining!
from what i was seeing online, it definitely came across as children disassociating and not being “human” which was most concerning for me as that’s a Whole Other Thing that doesn’t have to do with sexuality/gender, but what you’ve said completely proves that that’s not the case. so now i can see how it actually is rather than how it came across
the one thing that bothered me the most was the idea that these kids are harming themsleves without realising, and as an adult, i thought i saw what they weren’t able to see yet. because i’m queer myself, i remember what it was like to get so in your head about your own sexuality/gender that it can actually leave a negative impact (either for a while or for a long time), and i don’t want that for them
but reading the information people have provided and absorbing it entirely, neopronouns are just like any other pronouns. it’s just way more confusing to get into because everyone has a different perspective, so the information is skewed a bit. honestly i’m cool with respecting everyone’s pronouns, no matter how harmful their history is, but i can’t lie and say a part of me won’t feel a little uncomfortable when referring to a queer person as “it/its”, though i don’t want the trauma of the word to stop me from progressing and understanding how the world changes, even within the queer community, so i won’t let it.
my whole thing is not wanting to hurt anyone, especially kids, and at first glance i thought those specific pronouns were really harmful. so i was like, i am Not doing that, and of course there are going to be ones that are harmful, but i’m going to need way more information to determine which actually are and aren’t before making a point
so when that happens, i’ll be asking again, because thankfully tumblr is at a point where you can ask questions that come off as ignorant and people will make an effort to educate rather than tell you to kys. and as someone who isn’t afraid to ask questions no matter how it comes across, who tells people not to be afraid to ask questions, even if they’re stupid or ignorant, there’s now a platform i can refer to for others to ask those questions and be confident they’ll get proper information (google doesn’t have all the answers and also some people like to be explained things rather than just read them)!!!!
26 notes · View notes
Okay new ask game kinda! Send in a word or words for me to try to make nounself neopronouns with
3 notes · View notes
If it's not rude or too much trouble, would you mind explaining the usage of sodas neopronoun set?
It’s no problem!! I use soda/sodas/sodaself pronouns and it may differ depending on who uses sodas but how I used sodas think of an alternative to they/them and themself! Thinking in third person when referring to sodas could also help!
6 notes · View notes
Did I hear youtuber themed pronouns? corpsecorpsecorpse corpse plz omg -A very hyped system with a corpse fictive.
(I AM SO HAPPY YOU ASKED ABOUT THAT,, SPECIAL INTEREST SPECIAL INTEREST SPE-,, he’s super friggin cool)
ca/cabin/fever/fevers/feverself (based off a song 👀)
24 notes · View notes
May I request for agender Pronouns please? And I hope you are staying safe and positive aswell and taking care!! :)
(Mhm! I’m assuming you meant something like gender neutral pronouns :D and you to!!)
26 notes · View notes
Can i ask for some scenecore related neopronouns? X3
38 notes · View notes
Can i get some food themed pronouns?
18 notes · View notes
do you have any pronouns related to transformers MTMTE and Lost Light? Thank you! :)
16 notes · View notes
maybe some masc type pronouns related to birds?? <3
(You aren’t bothering us DW! :3!)
20 notes · View notes
billie eilish related pronouns? nothing in particular ofc :D
19 notes · View notes
Do you know any digital/robotic based pronouns or dog based ones :3? thank u
25 notes · View notes
can i have some names/pronouns related to raves and abandoned buildings
(I believe you mean like the party/music type of rave right? Correct me if I’m wrong)
18 notes · View notes
Can i ask for shy/introvert themed pronouns?
13 notes · View notes
Could you do pronouns related to the Witcher? Specifically the Witcher schools (wolf, cat, griffin, etc.) if it isn’t too much trouble
10 notes · View notes
Is it possible to get science related pronouns?? or sci-fi related pronouns?
Hell yeah, special interest!
21 notes · View notes