They / Siya

My pronouns are they and siya. I will accept the pronouns she and he. I prefer they/siya, because it’s how I feel as a gender fluid person. It’s how I feel in my inner landscape.

Siya is a non-gendered pronoun in Tagalog used for all persons. Isuna is the equivalent non-gendered pronoun in Ilocano. Since I am primarily Ilocano, I would rather use that pronoun. However, since Tagalog is the common language associated with the islands known…

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