The appropriate use of pronouns is important to many aspects of our lives. Wills and estate planning are no different. Will drafting historically incorporated binary language in describing beneficiaries, executors and the testators themselves. It is still very common to see individuals addressed as “Mr.” or “Ms.,” children described specifically as “daughters” or “sons,” beneficiaries referred to as “he/him” or “she/her”, and we even occasionally still see the term “testatrix” or “executrix” used.