“She/her” pronouns are a set of gender-specific pronouns typically associated with individuals who identify as female or feminine. These pronouns are used to refer to someone in the third person singular when that person identifies as a woman or prefers feminine pronouns.
Here’s how “she/her” pronouns are used in sentences:
She is going to the store.
I saw her at the park.
This is her book.
Using “she/her” pronouns to refer to someone is a way of respecting and acknowledging their gender identity. It’s important to note that not all individuals who appear feminine or identify as women may use “she/her” pronouns. It’s always a good practice to ask for and use the pronouns that an individual prefers to ensure that you are respecting their gender identity. Pronouns are a key aspect of recognizing and affirming a person’s gender identity, and using the correct ones is a sign of respect and inclusivity.