Ey/em neopronouns is a gender neutral pronoun set which can be used by anyone regardless of gender identity or expression. In 1975, Christine M. Elverson of Skokie, Illinois, won a contest by the Chicago Association of Business Communicators to find replacements for "she and he", "him and her", and "his and hers", she created ey, em, and eir by dropping the "th" from they, them, and their.
||Ey||Ey went to the store|
||Em||I met em today|
||Eir||Ey walked eir dog today|
||Eir or Eirs||If I need a phone my friend will let me borrow eir OR
If I need a phone my friend will let me borrow eirs
||Emself or Eirself||Ey had to drive emself to school OR
Ey had to drive eirself to school