Check out TIME's very real (somehow) tweet about the author of the graphic book that parents have been complaining about in school libraries 🤡
· Sep 1, 2022 ·

Time Magazine is always bringing you the latest in news, politics, fashion and, uh, pronouns that have been chopped in half:

"Ey," eh?

That's a new one.

They're putting The Babylon Bee out of business, folks!

This new pronoun format does seem to have been, as the linguists say, "regularized":

In the 2019 illustrated graphic memoir, Kobabe, who uses e/em/eir pronouns, explores eir process of coming out as nonbinary and asexual.

So apparently the goal here is just to remove the th- form, essentially reverting to a kind of jackleg Proto-Germanic appearance — sort of. I don't know. I doubt Time Magazine has thought all that much about it, and to be honest I doubt Miss Kobabe has either.

It's a strange new world e live in, yes indeed!

By the way, this author that Time Magazine is featuring wrote a book with graphic sexual images and descriptions that are so inappropriate that school boards won't let parents read it, despite the fact that many 12-year-olds have access to this stuff at their school library.

Here's an article we wrote from March:

Here's about as PG-13 as it gets:

[Content Warning]

Only in clown world does an author who wants kids to read graphic sex books about "non-binary" sexual exploration get an article from one of the world's biggest magazines!

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