Neopronouns, xenopronouns and nounself pronouns

So you don't know what are neopronouns, xenopronouns and nounself pronouns or how to use them?
Let's get over what it is and how it works right here vv

First, what are they?

Neopronouns: Neopronouns are sets of "new" singular third-person pronouns who aren't officially recognized as part of the language yet. For example, in english, any sets of third-person pronouns that aren't he/him, she/her or they/them are neopronouns. The same concept also apply in a lot of other languages.

Nounself pronouns: Nounself pronouns are a type of neopronouns who are derived from a preexisting word usually used as a gender neutral pronoun.

Xenopronouns: Xenopronouns are not pronouns that are meant to be use, but rather a concept of theoretical pronouns. This also falls under the neopronouns umbrella. These pronouns are usually things linked to concept that cannot be express with words. People will usually use a set of traditional and/or neopronouns that you can use for them, since xenopronouns cannot be use. These are usually "use" by people who have xenogenders or otherkin

And how do they work?

When someone use neopronouns, you can always ask them which are the 5 forms (nominative, accusative, pronominal possessive, predicative possessive & reflective) or if it's a more "traditional" neopronouns, you can always google it to find which are the 5 form.Now that you know which are the 5 forms of the pronoun, you simply use it just like how you would use traditional pronouns.Heres a few example of how they might work vv

Let's use xe/xem pronouns for an example:So let's say the sentence is;
"This is them. Over there standing by themself with their book. No, they didn't stole it, it really is theirs."
We would simply use the pronoun corresponding to the same form. So it would go like;
"This is xem. Over there standing by xemself with xir book. No, xe didn't stole it, it really is xirs."

For the pronounciation, you can either way search on google the prounciation of the specefic pronoun or ask the person who use them how they pronounce them.More ressources & sources vv

List of various pronouns