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All about the she/they pronouns flag

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Perhaps you’ve just started using she/they pronouns or you have a friend who has. Or perhaps you’ve just heard about she/they pronouns and you want to learn more about how to use them.

Whatever your reason, you’ve come to the right place – especially if you’re looking for a flag that represents this particular set of pronouns.Here, we break down everything you need to know about she/they pronouns and the accompanying flag. RELATED: Why some people use she/they & he/they pronounsShe/they pronouns are “rolling pronouns” or multiple pronouns that can be used alternately or shift over time.

While anyone can adopt rolling pronouns, they are most typically used by transgender and non-binary folks who want to affirm their connection to womanhood or femininity.

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