names & pronouns guides
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- "crow&" (any langage; preferred forms below)
- subj: 🦷 | obj: 🦷 | pos: 🦷s | posprn: 🦷s | ref: 🦷self
- not used when speaking/text only
- "🦷 is usually called crow! if you asked 🦷, though, 🦷'd say 🦷s name can be crow in any language! this site is 🦷s, and 🦷 coded it 🦷self!"
- never use he/she/they in any context. most nonstandard pronouns are fine.
please address me& as "tú" or "vos," you don't need permission to use them! only use "usted" when talking about me/my work in a more professional context.
i'm uruguayan and therefore speak in the rioplatense dialect, but i've provided the pronunciations in LatAm spanish (you're welcome).
- never use ella/la/-a or ellx/lx/-x. using el/lo/-o in a gender neutral context is acceptable but not preferred
- please use the standard gender neutral, non-gendered, or mixed-gender pronoun. if none exist, use the standard genderless object pronoun. if that also doesn't exist, any non-binary neopronoun works.
honorifics & titles
- pronounced /mɪsk/
- used before a name, ie "misc. crow"
- Msr. / MiSir
- pronounced /mɪ́ssər/
- used before a name, ie "msr. crow"
- pronounced /ˈmɪks/
- used before a name, ie "mx. crow"
- Srte. / señorite
- pronounced /seɲoˈɾite/
- used before a name, ie "srte. crow"
- Sre. / señore
- pronounced /seɲoˈɾe/
- used before a name, ie "sre. crow"
i seriously doubt i'll run into anyone who speaks a charrúan language fluently, so these terms are for use in any language.
- inchala (lanték for 'sibling')
- call me this as a relation or title: charrúa, chaná, guaraní, and/or arachan.
- call me this as a title (ie "inchala crow") & ask otherwise: native turtle islander, amerIndian, or otherwise indigenous to abya yala.
- ask to call me this: indigenous and/or Black.
- i will actually kill you if you call me this: white or a latine who isn't also in one of the above groups.