Leftist lawmakers supported the LGBT agenda on Wednesday by sharing their preferred pronouns while marking “International Pronouns Day.”
The woke lawmakers asserted that using someone’s “correct pronouns” shows respect.
But in fact, radical gender ideology actually defies truth, reality, and objective biology.
“Pronouns are not a preference, they are someone’s true identity. As we celebrate #PronounsDay, let’s commit to respecting people’s gender identities. Using someone’s correct pronouns is an easy way to be an ally,” Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Illinois tweeted.
“It’s International Pronoun Day, a reminder to ask for pronouns and show respect by using those people prefer. Together, we can celebrate people’s multiple, intersecting identities,” Rep. Andy Levin of Michigan tweeted
“Today, I join the @LGBTEqCaucus in recognizing #PronounsDay. Referring to people by their preferred pronouns is about showing respect and honoring how individuals choose to present themselves. Every person should be treated with dignity,” Rep. Gwen Moore of Wisconsin tweeted.
“Today we celebrate #PronounsDay! Using someone’s correct pronouns matters – it’s about respect. That’s why we need to normalize sharing and asking for pronouns. My pronouns are she/her/hers,” Rep. Sara Jacobs of California tweeted.
Tweets from Reps. Carolyn B. Maloney of New York and Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida claimed that, “Using correct pronouns is about respecting human dignity. However you identify, your pronouns are valid.”
“My name is Senator Ed Markey and my pronouns are He/Him/His. On International Pronouns Day, and every day, we must treat everyone with dignity and respect—this includes using their correct pronouns. Let’s create a world where everyone can live comfortably as their authentic self,” the senator from Massachusetts tweeted.
“Using someone’s correct pronouns isn’t just a sign of respect, it’s a way to create a more inclusive and affirming environment for all. My pronouns are she/her. #ShareYourPronouns #PronounsDay,” Rep. Pramila Jayapal of Washington tweeted.
Cori Bush of Missouri tweeted her own pronouns and added, “Using someone’s correct pronouns is not only a sign of respect — it is essential to creating a more inclusive and affirming environment for all.”
“International Pronouns Day seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace,” according to pronounsday.org. “Referring to people by the pronouns they determine for themselves is basic to human dignity. Being referred to by the wrong pronouns particularly affects transgender and gender nonconforming people. Together, we can transform society to celebrate people’s multiple, intersecting identities.”