Datapoint Belizean Creole/Gender distinctions in personal pronouns

Although Example 34 illustrates the occasional occurrence of the feminine pronoun, there is generally no gender distinction in Belizean Creole.
In fact, I am not certain that there is a gender distinction because shi sometimes applies to a male.

Values

No gender distinctions

Example 9-32:
Im tɛl mi, im tɛl mi. — ʧo wɛn?
Im
he
tɛl
told
mi,
me
im
he
tɛl
told
mi.
me
 
ʧo
cho
wɛn?
when
He told me. — No way, when?

Source: Escure's 1980s materials

Example 9-33:
(Suzi) i me de kaal mi.
(Suzi)
(Suzi)
i
she
me
ant
de
prog
kaal
call
mi.
me
(Suzi,) she was calling me.

Source: Escure 1983a: 41

Example 9-34:
ʃi de se di preya.
ʃi
she
de
prog
se
say
di
def
preya.
prayer
She is saying the prayer.

Source: Escure 1983a: 50

Confidence:
Very certain