The White House asks people to choose their pronouns now on website contact form

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The White House’s website has already been completely changed to reflect the new Biden administration, and one feature has caught people’s attention: the contact form now asks users for their pronouns.

In a dropdown menu, people trying to contact the White House can choose whether their pronouns are she/her, he/him, they/them, other, or “Prefer not to share.”

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White House Contact Form's drop menu for pronouns
White House website


The menu for one’s prefix also now allows users to pick the non-binary “Mx.”

White House Contact Form's drop menu for prefix
White House website
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