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- Mar 26, 2017
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My major problem with they/them is that it seems like you are now not only one person, but you seem now to turn into a multiple entity or a group. They should really create or push to a truly neutral and singular pronoun. Its like me calling God 'e' rather than he/she, I would prefer using e - e is going to school, e is going to do that, etc... rather than they is/are going to school, they is/are going to school, it confuses as multiple persons. Got no idea with people pushing this didn't created a word or just used 'e', though (not you, surely).they/them
This goes to my second language controversy, which is that after I knew a little bit of japanese indirectly both English and my native language miss a filler word. In Japanese, there is the 'eto...' while you are thinking at your speaking, which is way better than "hmmm....", "soo..." ; "eeetttooooooo......" sounds much better.