Neutral pronouns in English:
They fit into English smoothly. They are easy to remember, since they come from "person", and the last two resemble "her" and "hers". They are natural to use, since they work just like "she", "her" and "hers". "Pers" ends in a voiced consonant, just like "hers".
There are those who claim that we have an obligation to refer to someone using whatever pronouns person might choose. I disagree with that position, on grounds of principle and grounds of practice. I think we should respect other people's gender identification, but which pronouns we use for any particular gender identification is a separate matter — a matter of grammar. We do not owe it to anyone to change our grammar according to per wishes.
With modifications from the original at: https://stallman.org/articles/genderless-pronouns.html
@KatGoesWoof but i thought singular they was already in the english language
@Ste1lar I'm not a native speaker but I thought it didn't. Besides it can sometimes be ambiguous.
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