Singular They language lgbtq Aug 24, 2019
Because it's unfamiliar to many people, I often get asked about the use of the pronoun they in reference to me, a singular person. As someone who is genderqueer (non-binary; identifying as a complex blend of both male and female), I use the singular they rather than he or she, both of which...
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Warrior Tendencies lgbtq south africa zulu Dec 06, 2017

Do you know Shaka Zulu? Let me briefly (re)introduce him to you to help make sense of my story. Shaka was born to a Ruler and his unwed mother, Nandi (who was the daughter of a Langeni chief), in South Africa back in the late 1700s. That they were unmarried at the time of his birth created many...

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