Thank you for your response. I would like to mention a couple of things:
1. Can't I refer to a person based on the pronouns associated with their sex? Why do pronouns have to refer to gender? For example, if I see a biological woman and he calls me to help with something and I say ma'am, I should'nt have to deal with the possibility of him bringing the feelings card because hes sad that I misgendered him, when I identified him based on his sex (woman). Shouldn't that be acceptable?
2. Is the world seriously going to devolve into having to essentially have a questionnare about how someone wants to be identified? I dont want to have to ask how they feel like they identify. I don't think when I meet someone new, I'd ask what their pronouns are, mainly because I dont care because to me it's really dumb, but also because Ill just refer to you via sex. And in all honesty, we should just stick with sex, I still have no understanding of why gender is that important, and it seems like an attention seeking act tbh. As you can see, my aggression towards this topic has not subsided.
3. Does this mean I can identify as 6 foot 3, even though I am biologically 5 foot 7. And before you answer that, I want to belong to a community, and I want to better understand myself. I know I am not technically 6 foot 3, but I feel like I am in the wrong body, and that my height is actually 6 foot 3.
If not, that is extremely disrespectful to me, and unfair.I should be able to be identified how ever I like. Additionally, I am biologically a human, but I identify as an extra terrestial, and if you say I can't that is extremely offensive and close minded.
4. Your point of basketball vs football doesnt fit well, because people who like football or basketball dont force people who dont like that sport to acknowledge that sport, and potentially force them to learn it in a school environment. They also dont change how one can greet them based on that sport, and dont make it a huge part of their personality they feel the need to share.
5. Some of these genders are so similar, that surely for practicality reasons we can just refer to them as the same right?
6. Why do people want to belong based on gender? Isnt this movement seperating our population to much based on gender? I dont feel like I need to belong to the cisgendered community, and I dont understand that point that people do feel the need to belong to a community based on gender.