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Starting as early as 1850, according to the book "Grammar and Gender," the alternative pronoun "hiser" has been championed repeatedly (albeit, with slightly varying spellings) by different writers and grammarians looking for a single word to supplant "his" and "her."
Diseased or not, the addict is still a person who is an adult citizen free to make hiser own choices.
Talk about the process, which is full of squishy feeelings, which cannot-and must not-be challenged because each man's person's perceptions are hiser own and are, therefore, unquestionable.