Do you know of any gender natural or non binary titles equivalent to nun and priest?by Anonymous
I think the roles are too gendered for any neutral terms for nun/monk/priest to exist.
Does anyone know of any created titles along those lines?
I noticed that in your 'M/F pairs that sound the same' list you don't have Aaron and Erin...by Anonymous
Aaron and Erin? They don’t sound the same in my accent, but I’ll add them. Thanks, anon.
you should take down the link to the nb survey. the creator was bullied a lot about it by some people from reddit and now it's disabled with just a note saying they "should have died last year"by Anonymous
Hey! I am doing a project at school, for the entire school to put up LGBTQ+ posters with many of the terms associated with that community, and I was wondering if I could use the post you have of gender neutral/ queer titles? I will definitely source this tumblr on it, as it is not my intention to take credit for your work.
Hi! Of course! I hope my reply wasn’t too late :S
Hello! You said you wanted to add as many genders as possible but I noticed you didn't have pangender. Pangender: Someone who identifies as all genders. Could you please add it? :) x
Thanks! I’ve been umming and ahhing about how to word it.
Anyone want to add anything to that definition?
hi i'd like to submit gul as a replacement to boy/girl (and kid if it isn't up there already i'm on the app so it's hard to tell) it was coined at the blog transgenderteensurvivalguide btw and if i remember correctly it's just a combination of boy and girl? not sure thoby Anonymous
You know, I didn’t actually put kid? D’oh! Added them both.
For relationship titles, I keep thinking of geeky ones. Counterpart (Star Wars. I can't help but see a connection between R2 and 3PO, and it's cute). Imzadi (Star Trek. Betazed word similar to "beloved").by Anonymous
Also for geeky relationship titles: Companion. Take it as Doctor Who or Firefly as you prefer.
Added Imzadi and Companion - can you explain Counterpart a bit more? I’m not so much a Star Wars geek…
yo do you accept submissions to your relationship titles list because i came up with one myself; for "non-serious" relationships instead of something like "datefriend" or "personfriend" (which sounds a bit euphemistic) i find myself using "epox", coming from the french "époux", which means "partner/spouse"; by shortening and anglicising it tho' its connotations can be softened; c: have a nice day u nice blogger person uby Anonymous
Added :) That’s a nice one, the French makes it fancy, like fiancé/fiancée.
i don't know if you take suggestions for titles, but for non-binary people who become parents/grandparents or have nieces/nephews, i've always thought nini and bibi (derived from initials n.b. and pronounced with a long e sound) would function well and maintain the same cutesy vibe as "auntie"/"grammie"/etc. (:by Anonymous
Thanks :) added to all three