For the love of they, them and we who use them.
At long last, Merriam-Webster has added they and them, as singular nonbinary pronouns, specifically, to the dictionary.
Those of us who are nonbinary, who use these pronouns, or both, didn't need a dictionary to validate our identities, or the pronouns we use. Anyone and everyone's identities and pronouns are valid, whether the dictionary or other cultural institutions acknowledge them or not.
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