Email signatures and pronoun preferences

New Warhorn Media post by Tim Bayly:


Related nonsense.

“they” got an early start in January with the rise of model Oslo Grace on fashion runways. The Northern Californian identifies as transgender nonbinary, walking in both men’s and women’s shows around the world.

Another look-up spike occurred in April, when U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) got emotional while talking about her gender-nonconforming child during a House committee hearing as she advocated for LGBTQ rights legislation.

Merriam-Webster recently added a new definition to its online dictionary to reflect use of “they” as relating to a person whose gender identity is nonbinary. In October, the American Psychological Assn. endorsed “they” as a singular third-person pronoun in its latest style guide for scholarly writing.

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Pumping kids full of puberty blockers will someday be seen as at least as barbaric as electroshock therapy and lobotomies.

-John M. (poached egg/poached egg/poached egg’s)


I self-identify with my Subaru OUtback, whose name is Gorfiel.

Warmest regards,

Fr. Bill (Gorfiel, Gorfiel, Gorfiel’s)

I miss my Subaru. It was a great car.

Is it weird that I identify as a Lamb. :thinking:

Ewe’s on first.


Read a story about a kid at some university who said his preferred was ‘His Majesty.’ Now that’s answering a fool according to his folly.