new feature: if you use any pronouns, but only from a specific group (like “any neopronouns”), you can now link to it 🥳

check out
or just put “any:neopronouns” in your profile

@PronounsPage shouldn’t they/them fall under the normative category and the normative-ish category instead of just the normative-ish category?
I’m probably missing something, though.

@e it might be in both, indeed… it's hard to keep the code generic enough for all languages to fit in nicely 😅

“he” and “she” and are in a separate category from “they”, for good reasons, but there's probably plenty of people who use all three interchangeably.

fortunately, we're flexible enough to just allow putting in or whatever else one needs 😉the “any:normative” syntax is just an extra helper on top of the existing flexibility

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