- sounds a bit weird, additional pattern to learn
- "they" becomes grammatically equivalent to a gendered pronoun
- Clears up arguing over whether we've "always had" singular they or not. Makes the case that this is a new and better way to do it.
"They is". It's the way things should be, look in your heart, you know it to be true...
@KingMob I propose throwing away all single pronouns for make become glorious socialist future.
Optional: pluralize by adding"all"
We all/y'all/they all
@KingMob The royal we becomes the people's we. Suck it, queen.
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