I'd still want him to use male pronouns cause
a, that's the perspective I'd feel confident speaking about the experiences of
b, I can't think of any example of a non-binary or genderqueer character that uses male pronouns? Which means it's a representation gap.
and c, I'd also want him to count for gay/mlm representation too.
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