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I can't read "my pronouns were on my lanyard" without hearing it in the whiniest, least resilient little kid voice I can imagine.

I was shopping with a relative a while back, and there was a teenager with no less than five he/him pronoun pins on her lanyard at the register. She had the biggest attitude problem I've seen in a good long while, and after we left my relative was commenting on her attitude problem. When I brought up the pronoun pins, not only had they not noticed at all, but they went "I never would have guessed she was trying to be a boy!"

Love to see it.

This reminded of how a few years ago, I was shopping at a store and when I went to the checkout counter, there was a woman with short hair and he/him pins on her uniform and after she put my items in a bag, she said "my name is Sebastian, he/him, have a good day". It was such a weird thing to usher in.

Honestly I would probably have thought that was some sort of tic or something five years ago if someone said that to me.

Of course the same girls are also faking Tourette's nowadays.... le sigh