“She/they” pronouns, also known as “she or they” pronouns, are a set of gender pronouns that an individual may use to refer to themselves. These pronouns are a combination of both gender-specific (she/her) and gender-neutral (they/them) pronouns. People who use “she/they” pronouns may do so for various reasons, such as expressing a non-binary or genderqueer identity, or simply because they are comfortable with both sets of pronouns.
Here’s how “she/they” pronouns are used:
She is going to the store.
They are going to the store.
I saw her at the park.
I saw them at the park.
This is her book.
This is their book.
Using “she/they” pronouns to refer to someone is a way of recognizing and respecting their gender identity, which may be more fluid or encompass a broader range of gender expressions. As with any set of pronouns, it’s essential to use the pronouns that an individual prefers and to ask for and respect their pronoun choices to create an inclusive and supportive environment.