Hi, Not 100% sure of this should be here or in word mechanics. So a character of mine specifically uses he/they pronouns and I think it is appropriate for the narration to acknowledge that properly and not use one or the other. In my understanding, it is considered polite to use the gendered and non-gendered forms alternatingly for people who use he/they or she/they pronouns. Because they use both for a reason, although some people are more flexible and just say "call me whatever". However using two different sets of pronouns in narration can easily be confusing, given references to "they" might sound like it is referring to the group if people don't get that the character uses both. Which can be addressed by specifying the character is non-binary and uses he/they pronouns, but when they are first introduced I don't want to be confusing. And it would generally take getting use to in a way that could distract the audience. Has anyone else dealt with this question before?