Here are some example sentences using my plural they/them pronouns, from pronoun.is:
They went to the park.
I went with them.
They brought their frisbee.
At least I think it was theirs.
They threw the frisbee to themselves.
Yep, there’s more than one of us in this brain! I highly reccomend reading Google’s Plurality Playbook for context on understanding dissociative disorders, as well as plurality as a whole. Here are some of us you will be seeing around:
🎶 Melody ~ they/them ~ right brain ~ the musical one, slurs voice musically, has the most common sense and primary communicator
🦌 valerie ~ vi/vim or val ~ left brain ~ the lowercase personality, can focus, total nerrrrrrd, tries to be an obnoxiously cute unicorn deerling
🔥 Ambra (amber) ~ she/her ~ can design and code (aka can make money)
🌿 Forrest ~ any pronouns ~ non-verbal, loves tacos and nature, hates chicken
I go into a bit more detail in this Twitter thread. (I will still mostly refer to myself using “I”, however “we” will be used in contexts in appropriate.)
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