Just want to put out that Quetzal: Free Spirit is non-binary and that Anzekay, NISEI's narrative director, uses they/them to refer to them.
I couldn't help but notice every other comment on this page use she/her.
NISEI seems to use 'they/them' everywhere nowadays. Inconvenient imo; makes it harder to distinguish from plural.— maxitaxi777
I think this was more or less known since their release ( not that I want to take away from the fact ). There's also at least one Queer ID ( Sunny L. ) and Chaos Theory has two dads!— LynxMegaCorp
I love that Quetzal is nonbinary (and their flavor text is about how we can free ourselves from any genetic heritage).— Alyx
I don't know why maxitaxi777 thinks "The Runner must trash a card from their grip" is somehow more ambiguous than "The Runner must trash a card from his or her or their grip", or how it's ambiguous at all. Although, ex-netrunner Graham Linehan would agree...— Alyx
Controlling people by controlling language is just another form of fascism.— simombo
@simombo You mean like when someone claims the language other people use to identify themselves is invalid and they're just going to antagonize them over it? Agreed, glad we're on the same page.— eightBrainCells