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Comedian Rhea Butcher told Ellen’s audience that they’re a hero because they use “they” pronouns

Rhea Butcher on Ellen's show
Rhea Butcher on Ellen's showPhoto: Screenshot/Ellentube

Non-binary comedian Rhea Butcher did a set on Ellen’s show last Friday, bringing non-binary humor to the living rooms of middle America.

“You guys, I use they/them pronouns,” they said. “Thank you so much, I am a hero.”

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They added: “These days, [their pronouns] mostly just keeps people questioning whether they want to talk to me or not.”

Then Butcher explained that they identify as the “and” in “ladies and gentleman.”

They closed by explaining the “whitest thing” they have ever done.

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