People are kind of commenting about their languages so I thought I'd chime in. In Hawaiian there is no gendered pronouns, but there are a lot of number specific pronouns. There is a singular you, dual you, plural you, but none of them convey gender. Same with the third person pronoun, there is they/it singular, they/it dual, and they/it plural, but all are neutral in gender. I also study Arabic and that's a completely different game where everything has gender and number and no neutral.