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Why do people share their pronouns on social media and email signatures and should I do it?

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email signatures and social media bios – but it’s far from the norm.Large platforms such as Instagram and LinkedIn have recently added features that allow you to include your preferred pronouns next to your name.Youth transgender charity Mermaids told ‘Adding your pronouns to your email or stating them in meetings takes virtually no time and costs nothing, but for a trans – especially nonbinary – person it can make a big difference.’But why is it important to share your pronouns online, and should cisgender people – those whose gender identity corresponds with their birth sex – do it, too?We spoke to some experts to find out what they have to say.The main reason why many people choose to include their pronouns, even if they are.

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