The Get With The Pronouns™ Premium Lanyard is all about promoting pronoun awareness through visibility!
Created after attending countless concerts, conferences, and events and noticing there were little to no options available for desired pronouns at check ins or even networking settings among attendees, we knew we had to create a simple solution!
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Be The Change
No More Uncomfortable Moments
Equality Starts With Visibility
Get With The Pronouns
Get With The Pronouns!
No need to constantly explain yourself to others when the lanyard can do it for you!
Subtlety display your powerful efforts to let others know you respect their pronouns!
The detachable specified pronoun pieces are interchangeable in order to acknowledge that gender can be fluid and is an everchanging spectrum.
Whether you are networking at a conference, going to work, or simply in the checkout line at grocery store, wearing this lanyard helps everyone. It will make people feel comfortable and supported with every encounter where pronouns matter.
“Questioning your gender is an uncomfortable, but liberating learning process. But, to make things easier on yourself, let others know of your pronouns with @getwiththepronouns lanyards! Whatever makes you comfortable is most important!"
I love them so much!!!!! Put all my keys on them joints. I gifted my homie the white they/them lanyard and they were super hype. Thank you again
A small visible signal to my students that I’m striving for an inclusive environment. Also got one for my husband and have some extras to share😘
I love it so much! And I really help that if I display my pronouns at school it will help normalize it for kids and other staff! 💜
I love them! They are super great quality and sturdy. My two year old got a hold of one when I was unpacking them and they withstood her baby-hulk grasp! 😃
Learn More About Pronouns!
CHANGING THE WORKPLACE
One-third of members of Generation Z say that they know someone who identifies as non-binary, and one-third of trans individuals identify as non-binary. In this video, Jessica Clarke, Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University, discusses how organizations and institutions are creating inclusive environments for non-binary individuals.
Pronouns at Work
Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace can be a complex task, but the important thing is to get started. One step organizations are taking to ensure communications are inclusive is enabling conversations about people’s gender pronouns.
Word of the Year “They”
Merriam-Webster announced the pronoun “they” as its word of the year on Tuesday, marking the rise of the use of the venerable plural pronoun to refer to a single person whose gender identity is nonbinary.
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