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    The panpronominal flag
    A simplified panpronominal flag
    An alternate panpronominal flag, by Ringotheman.
    The panpronominal flag by Neopronouns.

    Panpronominal, also known as pan pronouns or all pronouns, is the act of going by any and all pronouns. Panpronominal people are open to any pronouns being used for them. This includes the standard English pronoun sets (he/him, she/her, they/them) as well as any neopronouns, nounself pronouns and emojiself pronouns. Unlike apapronoun people who are apathetic about what pronouns are used for them, panpronominal people actively identify with any and all pronouns. They may have preferences for certain pronouns.


    The term was collectively coined on the LGBTA Wiki's Discord server on June 29, 2020.

    Panpronominal was independently coined by Tumblr user Neopronouns, also on June 29, 2020.[1]


    The flag was designed by Tumblr user Cluster-Quartz on July 7, 2020.[2] Pink represents she/her pronoun, purple represents they/them pronouns, yellow represents emojiself pronouns, lilac represents neopronouns, gray represents it/its pronouns, and blue represents he/him pronouns.

    An alternate version of this panpronominal flag was designed by Ringotheman on April 25th, 2021. The colors hold the same meanings, although with the addition of white, which was added to signify all pronouns.

    The flag by Neopronouns was created at the same time they coined the term. It has no confirmed meaning.


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