Where did it come from that when we specify personal pronouns, we write it like "she/her" or "they/them" or "he/him"? I mean why specifically write out just those two forms of the third-person singular pronoun, when it has four different forms?

I would have thought it's enough to just say the first one when informing about your pronouns, but is there some context regarding it that I'm missing?

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