It started with saying you prefer to be referred to with masculine (he/him), feminine (she/her), or neutral (they/them) pronouns. Neopronouns were fringe, made fun of, and rarely given the time of day. And genderists that used neopronouns always listed a conventional pronoun above that people could refer to them with.
The concept of saying you can be referred to with multiple set of pronouns soon gained traction. So someone with she/they listed on their profile meant you could refer to the person with she/her pronouns or they/them pronouns.
But then some genderists got mad that most people only use one set of those she/they pronouns. Suddenly people were required to alternate between the set of pronouns if multiple were listed. So refer to a person as 'she' one day then refer to that same person as 'they' another day.
But that wasn’t enough for some genderists. Soon a rule popped up that if someone had she/they listed, you had to alternate between pronouns within the same paragraph or sentence when referring to the person! It's still fringe, but I've seen people actually go along with this!
Soon the concept of xenogenders gained traction, and neopronouns started showing up a lot more on profiles than in the past. Now some genderspecials only list neopronouns with no conventional pronouns.
And finally the worst of them all, emoji pronouns (Ex: 👽, 👽self). Yeah, you heard right. Which is clearly for the terminally online since emojis can’t be used in speech.
It makes me wonder what's the next pronoun rule and fad for genderism.