OkCupid users can now pick their pronouns.
The company rolled out the new gender-expressive option yesterday, a feature that’ll allow users to choose between he / him, she / her, and they / them.
The options join the 22 gender and 13 sexual orientation choices already available to users.
The pronouns will show up as a menu when users who identify as any gender other than man or woman sign up for the service.
People who have a sexual orientation under the LGBTQ umbrella will also see the menu in their profiles, just not at sign up.
Product designer Rowan Rosenthal, who uses the they / them pronouns, created the feature during OkCupid’s hack week earlier this year.