US Embassy in Brazil goes woke, releases video on the ‘importance of using neutral pronouns’

In yet another embarrassment for the United States, our embassy in Brazil just published a woke video teaching the “importance” of using gender-neutral pronouns, including “xe/xem” and “ze/hir” while blathering on about inclusivity and making a laughing stock of the once greatest nation on the planet.

The cringy instructional video was posted to the Embassy’s social media account on Wednesday for the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. The video description asserted that there is a “range of gender identities beyond male and female” and that it is not possible to know a person’s gender based on appearance.

Speaking against a transgender/gay pride flag in the background while using Portuguese subtitles, someone named Mark declared that his pronouns are he and him in the video and then lectured that people should not just assume someone else’s pronouns.

“You’ve probably noticed that more and more people are stating their preferred pronouns when they introduce themselves in social conversations, in classrooms, in the workplace, in their email signatures, and on social media,” the spokesperson seriously stated. “The reason is simple. There is a range of gender identities beyond male and female. In English, many use he/him or she/her pronouns. But a growing number of people are using different pronouns like they/them, xe/xem, ze/hir, per/pers, and ey/em. These are called gender-neutral pronouns.”

They don’t specify the gender of the subject of the sentence, and they exist because you can’t assume someone’s gender just by looking at them,” he asserted. “Words matter, and they are powerful tools to convey meaning and connect more deeply with one another.”

“Making incorrect assumptions about someone’s gender? That’s a microaggression that could be hurtful for individuals who identify with certain communities such as transgender or queer communities,” he continued.

“So what’s the best way to be sure you’re using the right pronouns?” Just ask. Asking for and using someone’s preferred pronouns show respect and help create an inclusive environment,” Mark concluded.

The Embassy is also flying the LGBT flag outside its building just underneath the American flag.

Twitter exploded and had a field day with the ridiculous video:

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