Are genders like 'mayonnaise' a load of nonsense?
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https://www.google.com... It was hilarious, but it has a point: these genders are nonsensical, and what'd happen if you called yourself 'mayonnaise' in public? Well, you'd not be taken seriously, for starters, and then it all goes downhill from there. I suggest not using these genders (if you can call them genders) in the real world.
Note: I am NOT talking about genders like: Bigender, Agender, and Genderfluid.
Unless you want them to be made fun of, I suggest not allowing them to do that. And since "whatever floats their boat", now everyone, call me whatever offensive thing you can find.
We live in a rapidly changing time, so when people decide to be considered as a "mayonnaise" then we have to learn to deal with it. After all, it isn't illegal.
"No one took women seriously when they first demanding the right to vote" Of course they didn't. But they allowed them to do that. But I don't think it's going to happen with this new "mayonnaise" trend fiasco.
Who would decide to consider themselves a "mayonnaise"? As a joke, I can believe, but in reality? Again, ridicule, insults, and humiliation. If you want to consider yourself a "mayonnaise", by then, do it. But don't expect people to take you seriously with this "mayonnaise" garbage.
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