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May 25, 2023
Watch: Based dude explains real reason for announcing 'your pronouns' with basic grammar lesson
Editor's Note: Brodigan's cultural ignorance aside, people on Twitter are saying our friend here is Australian-ish and not British.
The left's obsession with controlling language and compelling thought through pronouns has reached the point of absurdity. Like, having time added to your prison sentence over calling a he a she level absurdity. As Elon Musk tweeted, forcing your pronouns upon others when they didn’t ask, and implicitly ostracizing those who don’t, is neither good nor kind to anyone. But I've never quite heard the insanity explained better than through this random TikToker.
Maybe it's the British accent. If it was an Irish accent, he would sound drunk. If it were a Scottish accent he would sound like he was looking for someone to beat the humus out of. But the British accent makes this basic grammar lesson sound intellectual as f*ck.
Based man explains the real reason why a person might want to announce what his or her pronouns are.
His explanation is perfect. pic.twitter.com/CJ8jmHSZxU
— Catch Up (@CatchUpNetwork) January 6, 2023
When you are having a conversation with someone, you aren't referring to them with third-person pronouns like he/her, xi/xir, or frog/frogself. You're referring to them with second-person pronouns like you and yours. Using third-person pronouns in a conversation with someone makes you sound mental, daft, and like a nutter.
So when you -- quite uninvited -- declare your pronouns to me, in spite of what you might say, you are not telling me how to address you. You are not telling me how you like to be spoken to. What you're telling me is how I must think about you and how I must speak to everyone else in the world when I refer to you. You might think it's okay to control me in that way. You may think you have a good justification for doing so. But at the very least let's be honest about what you're doing. Because that's how I like to be spoken to.
What sells it is ending the video with a spot of tea.
Brilliant explanation, lad. More importantly, sick mohawk.
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