She is Not a Pronoun

A pronoun is a word that substitutes for a proper name; he, she, him, her, it, they. Only I, when referring to one’s self and He, in reverential use, are grammatically acceptable. If you’ll notice, in my posts, I use capital letters when I write the words She and Her. This is not a mistake. In the posts, these words are not pronouns, they are meant as reverential references to that specific woman who holds my heart when I write and your heart when you read. Make sure you capitalize Her in your words and your actions.


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It is important to me to treat women not just fairly but well.
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3 Responses to She is Not a Pronoun

  1. Kristin Brænne says:


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