"Merriam-Webster announced Tuesday that it has added the nonbinary pronoun "they" to its dictionary. The nonbinary pronoun is now listed as one of four definitions of the word by the online dictionary company. Merriam-Webster defines "they" as "used to refer to a single person whose gender identity is nonbinary." Via The Hill.
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Recent study finds that Lesbian & Bisexual Women are found to be more overweight than heterosexual women. I can think of a few biased reasons for this: Gay Women probably spend less time comparing themselves to other women and therefore are less body-conscious. Non-heteronormative standards allow for lgbtq women to dictate their own body-positive standards … Continue reading Lesbian & Bisexual Women found to be more overweight than heterosexual women.