A young person of indeterminant gender took to TikTok as a way to air their grievances with their employer and co-workers, who apparently have yet to respect their growing collection of preferred pronoun pins.
“So for backstory, no one at my work even has name tags,” the person says, gesturing to their burgundy polo shirt. “Empty, clean, empty.”
“So I show up to work like this,” the person said, counting their “He, Him, His” and “They, Them, Theirs” buttons, eventually settling on six.
“Usually seven,” they clarify, “and they will still misgender me and just call me ‘young woman,’ and one of them just calls me ‘girl.'”
They demand that we change our language to accommodate their delusions. We should not give in pic.twitter.com/SnWmJfPUsA
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) April 7, 2022
“And they just act like no one is seeing these,” the person gestures to their pins again. “Even though no one else in the store has any buttons on their shirt.”
“I literally don’t know what to do at this point. Management hasn’t acknowledged it so I’m just gonna keep adding but I’m like ‘huh?'”
“I snapped on like one of my co-workers, they were like ‘she’ and I was like ‘HE! I have seven buttons!’ And he was like ‘huh? What are you talking about?” The person said, ending the video with an incredulous “What?”
Not to fear, Twitter didn’t know “What?” either:
In 4th grade a wore a jean jacket covered in Michael Jackson buttons.. no one cared then either
— Trisha🐶 (@tp1083) April 7, 2022
Is that a pronoun button designed like a Ukrainian flag? I promise that most Ukrainians would be terribly confused or offended by that.
— Christina Pushaw 🇺🇸 (@ChristinaPushaw) April 7, 2022
30 years ago, a young girl would have worn girl scout badges representing all the life skills she has learned. Today, those have been replaced by badges of boutique pronouns, imaginary identities, and mental disorders.
— Title IX for All (@TitleIXforAll) April 7, 2022
I really don’t understand the trans movement of identifying as the opposite gender, but not dressing as the *self identified* gender. If you’re ok keeping your more feminine look- why is it important to be called he? It comes across as unnecessary drama. Like you want an issue.
— Wendy Reese (@WendyR76) April 7, 2022
When people have no problems in life they create them
— 9King1Love6🇺🇸🏴☠️ (@Woketep47) April 7, 2022
And then the whole school stood and applauded.
— Inigoe jollifant (@InigoeJ) April 7, 2022
Bec a pin is usually a statement of something you support
As in, if I wear a Beatles pin, I don’t expect people to refer to me as Paul
It’s not even the hubris. It’s the willful ignorance.
— Stress Judo Coaching (@stressjudo) April 8, 2022
— Paul Burrer (@paulburrer) April 7, 2022
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