Wave

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  1. This is why I struggle with this question. We believe that gender is important thing, but I don't know if giving into these ideas that these people have decided to have is going against the values we believe. Aside from that, thanks you so much for the response, everyone! ^^
  2. So for my childhood, I have grown up in a LDS community, and I decided to go to Portland, Oregon for college. With this transition, came new ideas put in my face. (Of course, I did my research.) But now, I find myself have to introduce name, major, and "preferred pronouns". At the end of the day, you do you. But I personally don't know how to handle this situation. A man is a man, and a woman is a woman. (And cases of intersex are real) That's why we have he and she. And like what some well known people like Jordan Petersen say that it's not good to force language. I don't mean to offend anyone, but I'd rather not use preferred pronouns. Cuz I mean (and this is just my personal idea) the more we use these words for whoever, aren't they just gonna lose their meaning? Like we have "she" to help identify females, but if we threw it around, it would no longer mean specifically for what it was created for in the first place. Am I wrong for thinking like this? Of course in the end, think what you want. Thanks in advance for any responses.