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This page documents specific examples of how pronoun information is currently published on the web, as well as UIs which support pronoun fields.

Sites and Services

Examples of sites/software which allow their users to specify their pronouns, either to be displayed in a profile, or to configure pronouns used by the software to refer to the user.

  • Bagcheck chose to ask which pronoun you want to use:
    • Preferred Possessive Pronoun: ( )Her ( )His ( )Their
  • has radio button choice on Preferences: "(I prefer not to say)", "She edits wiki pages", "He edits wiki pages"
  • MetaFilter updated their user profile field from "Gender" to "Gender and/or pronouns" [1]

Incidentally in Profiles

Examples of pronoun information published by people on sites which don’t explicitly implement pronoun support, e.g. as part of a description field in their profile.

Personal Sites

See also: pronoun#Indieweb Examples

Examples of people who publish pronoun information on their personal sites, sometimes with experimental microformats2 properties.

  • as of 2015-02-18 using experimental p-x-pronoun-* property classes in an h-card
  • as of 2015-03-12 using experimental p-x-pronoun-* property classes in an h-card
  • on 2017-05-21 using experimental u-pronoun property classes in an h-card to link to language-specific pages for each pronoun
  • using experimental a u-pronoun property class linking to a page
  • plain text He / Him inside an h-card
  • on 2019-04-10 using experimental [x-]pronoun-* property classes in an h-card
  • on 2019-08-27 using experimental x-pronoun-* property classes in an h-card, also linked to
  • beesbuzz[.]biz/about on 2018-11-16, and to the representative h-card on 2019-12-06 using experimental p-pronouns and p-pronoun-* property classes inside an h-card: she/her or they/them
  • h-card on 2020-10-22 using p-pronouns for the full set as a string, and p-pronoun h-pronoun for each individual pronoun linked to a URL explaining its use.
  • using experimental x-pronoun-* classes in an h-card: Pronouns: he/him/his