I use they/them/theirs but since that's not grammatically correct, I like to go with Futurama's idea. "Instead of 'he' or 'she,' we are to use the word 'shklee.' And instead of 'him' or 'her,' we are to use the word 'shklim,' or 'shkler.'" ;
I knew someone who used Spivak pronouns, and I enjoy the way those sound, but it's not like the way I feel about the sound of pronouns is going to influence which ones I use. It's up to the person I'm talking about.
Which set of gender neutral/third gender pronouns do you like? (Not necessarily the ones you go by.)
I got really excited because I didn't look at the category in which this was posted and thought that this was a thread about languages with a specific neutral gender, like German. I am unfortunately boring and just use "they/them/their" unless someone makes a specific request (which I have yet to have happen).
I go with they/them/theirs (unless of course I am asked to use a different set of pronouns), as pretty much every english speaker probably understands those. And I've actually never heard any of the other options said out loud, I've only read them, so I'm confused about how I would go about pronouncing some of them :x