Relationpronominal, also known as relationpronouns, is a subset of mutopronominal in which one identifies with the pronouns of the individual(s) they are currently dating/in a relationship with. The relationship can be of any kind, but usually refers to queerplatonic, romantic, and/or sexual relationships. Someone who is relationpronominal has different pronoun sets for each partner. For example, a hypothetical relationpronominal individual is X, their current fiancé is Y, and their girlfriend is Z:
- Y identifies with she/her pronouns, so X identifies with she/her pronouns (and nothing else, unless stated otherwise).
- Z identifies with he/they pronouns, so X identifies with he/they pronouns (and nothing else, unless stated otherwise).
Relationpronominal people may be strictly relationpronominal or they may also identify with a base pronoun set that anyone (or almost anyone) can refer to them with. For example, if X has ze/hir as hir base pronoun set:
- Since X is dating Y and Z, people can refer to hir with ze/hir, she/her, and he/they pronouns (and nothing else, unless stated otherwise).
Relationpronouns fall under the mutopronoun umbrella.