I also compiled a list of comprehensive links on this blog, listing every (non-redundant) resource I could find relating to gender-neutral pronouns, since the only comprehensive link-lists I found haven't been revised since 2004, and I thought some updating might be due.
I hope this is helpful as a resource, but more importantly, I'd love to hear feedback from the community. Although I researched the topic beforehand, I've written this on my own so far and it'd be great to hear new perspectives from others with experience on this topic. Everyone has personal preferences when it comes to pronouns, but has anyone done any experiments comparing the different pronouns and seeing which ones are easiest to get used to? I've tried rewriting passages with various pronouns and then seeing how easy it is to read on paper/say aloud, but I haven't done any serious experimenting, and I'd love to see if anyone else has.
The blog in question can be found here: http://genderneutralpronoun.wordpress.co
(Crossposted to _hmm, androgynes, bigender, genderqueer, postqueer)