Pronoun-averse refers to an individual who is repulsed by the use of certain pronouns for oneself. There are multiple types of pronoun aversion, ranging from repulsion to a single set of pronouns, to repulsion to all of them. An individual experiencing the latter may prefer to be referred to solely by name and identify as nullpronominal and/or apothipronominal. An individual experiencing the former might find themselves using all pronouns except one set. For example, someone who is repulsed by being called she/her pronouns might use everything except she/her, and might identify as almopronominal.
The term pronoun-averse was coined with help by fandom user doctorsherlockstrange on November 19, 2020.