I was expressing my frustrations with French (basically being not sure I want to continue with it, because of how gendered it is, even compared to Spanish), but my brother didn't get it. He felt I was being too hard on French, and encouraged me to ignore what the academics think.
I'm talking actual use though. And I don't want to be gendered, and I can't get him to understand that, because I can't say the simple words "I'm nonbinary". I think he thinks it's a feminist issue.
pensamientos sobre el género
decía mis frustraciones con el francés (que no continua porque tanto el género) pero mi hermano no comprendía.
él decía que tan male con el francés y me animaba que ignore los académicxs.
¡Significo uso real aunque! Además no quiero ser género , pero no puedo explicarlo, porque no puedo decir "Soy nonbinarie"
él pensaba asunto feminista.
@lapis Does that mean you are looking for a new language to learn?
@ady_luimeme Yeah. I'm looking at possibilities right now, and I'm open to suggestions.
@lapis If you still like studying French and Spanish, you probably have heard of the many ways non-binary speakers try to introduce gender-neutral pronouns and adapt the language.
But if you want to learn a gender-neutral language, I know Turkish is gender-neutral, I think Persian is gender-neutral as well. If you're looking for a constructed language, Pandunia and Kotava are gender-neutral. There are more languages to choose in this list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_type_of_grammatical_genders
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