Paulus van Horne
Paulus is a former intern for The World In Words for Summer '16. They are obsessed with noise music and environmental justice. Check out their work on Love+Radio's "Discarnate Rebel Angel" and their own experimental music podcast: Organized Noise.
What pronouns do you use? Have you ever been asked? Do you ask others their pronouns? This week on the podcast, we hand over the reins to our talented summer intern, Paulus van Horne, to share a very personal story about pronouns. In the spring of 2016, Paulus came out as non-binary at college, asking friends and teachers to use the gender neutral pronouns they/them/their. This summer at The World, Paulus came out for the first time at a workplace. This is their story.
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