Crosspronominal, also known as alterpronominal and previously transpronominal, is the phenomenon of using atypical pronoun sets- pronouns that do not align with or are uncommon for one's gender identity. It is a form of gender non-conformity and falls under the umbrella of pronoun non-conforming. Examples include binary women using any pronoun(s) other than she, binary men using any pronoun(s) other than he, and non-binary people using she or he. Non-binary people who use he/him or she/her may also identify as difpronominal.
It is unknown when the term was coined, however it has been used amongst the community since 2018.
Previously, the term transpronominal was sometimes used as a synonym for crosspronominal, however as of February 16, 2021 transpronominal has another definition that is different from crosspronominal.