I say this as a cis dude. Using another person's proper pronouns costs us _nothing_. It's just common courtesy.
Refusing to do so just makes you an asshole. The math isn't complicated on this one.
@Are0h sure it's the polite thing to do tho as tempting as it sounds to make being an asshole illegal, that's where the issue starts
@gekitsu Hard agree. Folks want to get puffy about it, but it just is what it is.
If you want to be an ass, then fine, but don't complain when you're treated like one.
@Are0h They really want it both ways. I don't care too much if someone doesn't want to use my preferred pronouns--that's their choice I guess--but they can't then turn around and pretend they're not being a dick!
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