@charlag I don't have favourites, and I've encountered a lot of attempts to figure out the "best" ones that should replace all the others, which makes me very uncomfortable on both a personal and a "that's not how life should be" level.
Mine: I usually say "es oder egal-welche Neopronomen" in chill situations and "er oder es" or "er ist ok, oder einfach nur mein Name" in less chill ones when people ask. If they don't ask, I might correct them to er or es. People use a bunch of different pronouns for me, but mostly er, es and sie, and how ok any of those (including the ones I actively say I want) feel depends a lot on context.
The common ones seem to vary by scene (which could be online contexts or different gatherings in different places, and ofc there's always "generations" in queer spaces, like, xier is an old pronoun used more by people who've witnessed its creation more closely, dey is a new one with people very actively figuring stuff out rn). In some that I've encountered, sier is common, in others hen or per, in some xier or dey or even es. I certainly associate different social vibes with all of them. But currently "keine Pronomen" seems most common to me.
Ice successfully broken. Someone posted lewds to get folks to shut up about OSHA puns lol.
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