Your pronouns are a big part of who you are.
Anyone you meet on a dating site and hit if off with is going to be privy to them sooner or later.
Might as well get it out in the open early.
Including it in your bio tells people that this is an area of great significance to you.
We live in a new world.
A world where sexuality isn’t as straightforward as we all once thought it was.
Including your pronouns is how you show people that you fall within this category.
This means that a good number of people on a dating site will be turned off.
This is reality and you need to be prepared for it.
Most people on a dating site are looking for what they deem to be “normal” relations with people of the opposite gender.
Seeing a number of pronouns on your bio instantly gives them the impression that you don’t know what gender you are or that you are on a journey of self-discovery.
This makes them swipe left on your dating profile.
Human beings have an inclination to choose a path of least resistance.
Even a person who supports the idea of pronouns is going to find it hard to swipe right on your dating profile when they see said pronouns.
They support your right to identify as transgender, nonbinary, they/them, etc., but they aren’t looking to find a partner who identifies as such.
Remember, most people have a tendency to pair up with a member of the opposite gender, who identifies as such.
So, although this person sympathizes and supports your right to identify as whatever you choose to identify as, they aren’t as open to getting into a relationship with you.
On top of this, there are those who don’t agree with someone identifying with a pronoun outside of a he or she.
Leaving your pronouns attracts them to you and they will be cruel in how they address you.
Are you ready for this?
These are the realities of the world we live in.
Whether it be in the real or virtual world, there are always people who aren’t in agreement of pronouns that go beyond a he or she.
Instead of signing up on a generic dating site, consider choosing one that is designed to cater to people who are like you.
These are smaller dating sites, but they cater to those who don’t identify with either gender or who identify as a gender they weren’t assigned at birth.
If you choose to sign up on a generic dating site, success is possible but it is froth with challenges.
Again, the majority of people on generic dating sites are in search of someone of the opposite gender who identifies as such.
This means that including pronouns in your bio restricts you to attracting a much much smaller pool of people.
You have every right to use pronouns that you identify with on a dating site, but you need to be prepared for the drawbacks that come with it.