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Gender neutral?

Having bemused y’all for a few days with gender-neutral pronouns… My suggestion was to use thi with a soft th (like the first syllable of theatre) and thir again with a soft th (like the first syllable of thirty) – … Continue reading

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At night θi lies in labyrinthine loving Python to θir south Such thrilling teeth, such breathy roving, Her most methodic mouth… A theatre of lust! Of faith and mirth! Panther to θir north His lethal length – such depth! – … Continue reading

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More gender neutral experimentation

Okay, so yesterday’s experiment with a new gender neutral pronoun (qi/qir) wasn’t a success. I quite like ze/hir (see, e.g., Love at first unsight), but the ze can be problematic and intrusive (see The Need for a Gender-Neutral Pronoun). The … Continue reading

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My love’s fair hair enwrapt with flowers, garlanded, sweet colours bright, qir rapturous eyes I’ll watch for hours in hope qi’ll smile and say I might be one qi loves – or tolerates – enough qi will qir charms expose… … Continue reading

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