Georgia State University’s business school listed ten pronoun options on a signup for a women’s business program. Among the options were “ey,” “xie,” “hir,” “vis,” and “yoself.”
by Benjamin Zeisloft
Georgia State University published an online sign-up for a women’s business program that listed ten pronoun options.
The university’s J. Mack School of Business hosts a program called WomenLead, which “equips female students to excel in school, enter the workforce with developed skills and find their place in leadership positions.”
Although the program is specifically geared toward women, the program offered ten different choices for preferred pronouns on a registration form.
Among the options were “ey,” “xie,” “hir,” “vis,” and “eirs.”
“Yoself” was also listed as an option alongside “yo” and “yos.”