If you’re unsure which pronoun a person uses, listen first to the pronoun other people use when referring to them.
Someone who knows the person well will probably use the correct pronoun.
If you must ask which pronoun the person uses, start with your own.
For example, “Hi, I’m Alex and I use the pronouns he and him.
What does it mean when someone asks for your pronouns?
Never refer to a person as “it” or “he-she”. A pronoun is a word that refers to either the people talking (I or you) or someone or something that is being talked about (like she, it, them, and this). Gender pronouns (he/she/they/ze etc.) specifically refer to people that you are talking about.
What is your preferred pronoun?
• A “preferred gender pronoun” (or PGP) is the pronoun that a person chooses to use for themself. For. example: If Xena’s preferred pronouns are she, her, and hers, you could say “Xena ate her food because she was hungry.”
How do you ask someone what gender they are?
When asking about sex as a category, words like male, female and intersex should be used. Gender identity refers to the internal/psychological sense of self, regardless of what sex a person was assigned at birth. When asking about gender as a category, words like woman, man, and trans* should be used.
How do you introduce yourself in a pronoun?
Always introduce yourself using your pronouns, and be respectfully vocal about using other’s pronouns. When in a group, start by introducing yourself using your pronouns, explain why we use preferred pronouns, and then go through group introductions.