From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
ampersand (n.)
Origintypographical symbol

The ampersand (&) is widely known to mean ‘and’ in shorthand writing. This symbol was adopted by the Plural community as a symbol of Plurality and Multiplicity and can be found on many Plural flags, websites, microlabels, graphics and even in sets of neopronouns some systems use.

Unlike Emmengard’s Rings this symbol isn’t directly tied to Non-Traumagenic Plurality and so may be used by people who dismiss the existence on Non-Traumagenic Plurality or engage in syscourse.

History[edit | edit source]

For the history of the & tag, see here.