Yeah, no need to get all worked up about it.
Jeremy Falcon wrote:getting upset over the word mankind means you're just an unhappy person. Happy people don't go around and say people think of pregnant women with the word gestation therefore society is evil and unjust. The cold hard truth is, some people will always find something to be upset about. You give in to this, soon there will be something else.
Saying men can get pregnant or have their periods is just ridiculous.
Having (biological) men compete in women's sport is really unfair.
I love that you're a trans, all the power to you, but just like people in wheelchairs can't compete in professional sports, neither can you (unless they get their own league, like handicapped people got).
It's not personal, just trying to keep things fair and fun for the majority of people.
If someone calls me a she (and it happened before, used to have long hair) I can laugh about it.
We can't really change because we're stuck to the words he and she.
Jeremy Falcon wrote:For instance, assuming a boss is a he is being way too over-sensitive. A real female employer shouldn't be that sensitive anyway. There are real problems to solve in the world. In time, this will naturally change anyway.
A boss will probably always be a he, even when we get more female than male bosses.
I'd prefer to say something like "Was it really mad?", except you know he/she is never an it, so maybe "Was xe really mad?"
Not to be woke or indulge those people, but just to be clear: I don't know your boss or their gender.
Jeremy Falcon wrote:I'd never marry a woman who didn't take my last name
Sounds like you're really insecure about something (this is not a joke)
As a redneck, you could marry your cousin and she wouldn't even have to change her last name (this is a joke)
I don't want to change my own name so I don't expect anyone else to want it either.