Yet a biological-male employee at a local Home Depot always wears a dress to work, constantly sashaying up and down the aisles. If I was his manager, I'd tell him that he could wear his hair long but his clothing must suit his job description. If he really was a girl, he wouldn't mind dressing as the other females at Home Depot do, i.e. in jeans, but it's all about being an exhibitionist in public: "Look at me! I'm wearing a dress!"
Transgenders want the rest of us to learn a complicated set of pronouns detailing the many different types of LGBTs: biological-males wearing a dress but interested in women, biological-males wearing a dress but interested in men, biological-women with a sexual preference of any port in a storm, etc.
That's truly amusing, the generation which cannot spell because of texting and does not know the difference between "its" and "it's," as well as "their," "they're," and "there," wants the rest of us to learn a new pronoun scheme. Just think of the pronouns we use to refer to a man, e.g. he, him, and his, and you'll understand how complicated the new scheme would need to be.
It's completely unrealistic. When someone is introduced to you, they will need to explain their gender ideology and sexual preferences, things most people do not want to know about someone; then again, maybe that's what LGBTs really want to do to further their agenda. And when dealing with strangers who are not introduced to you, it will not be possible to know which pronoun to use. Uber-liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing through legislation making those who "misgender" customers subject to penalties of up to $250,000. The policy of the NYC Commission on Human Rights must have been written by Stepford politicians, saying that businesses can avoid penalties "by creating a policy of asking everyone what their preferred gender pronoun is so that no individual is singled out for such questions and by updating their system to allow all individuals to self-identify their names and genders. They should not limit the options for identification to male and female only."
Washington DC has the same misguided policy, assessing $594,000 in penalties, averaging more than $45,000 in penalties per decision, in the 2015 fiscal year. Both NYC and Washington are following the lead of Bill C-16 of Canada's Trudeau administration, which essentially criminalizes the improper use of LGBT pronouns, though some Canadians are fighting back against junior's antics.
But what's actually going to happen is that people will refer to the LGBTs as "that person" or by description, e.g. "that person over there who looks like a parrot." The time-honored, polite practice of saying "Sir" or "Madam" to get someone's attention will go out the window, possibly replaced by "Hey, you!" Civility will be replaced by political correctness.
The LGBT community often uses the phrase "born that way" in an attempt to have the vast majority of society accept their outlandish lifestyle. However, alcoholics are also "born that way," but we do not allow them to drink on the job or while driving.
I am looking forward to Miley Cyrus and a few others turning 27.