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Uni says using ‘wrong’ pronouns may be violent. Remember Nashville?

University Proclaims Using ‘Wrong’ Pronouns Could Be an ‘Act of Violence’ – Do They Remember What Happened in Nashville?

The University of Colorado at Boulder is taking a strong stance on the use of pronouns for transgender individuals, stating that “misgendering” them could be considered an “act of violence.” While it’s important to respect individuals’ gender identities, the university’s approach is extreme and potentially dangerous.

“Choosing to ignore or disrespect someone’s pronouns is not only an act of oppression but can also be considered an act of violence.”

The university’s guidance on pronouns includes a list of unconventional pronouns such as “ze/zir/zirs,” “they/them/theirs,” and “hir/hirs.” The document also suggests that students introduce themselves with their own pronouns to create a safe space and avoid assuming someone’s gender.

Words Are Not Violence

While it’s important to be respectful and use the correct pronouns for individuals, it’s important to remember that words are not violence. It’s up to the person who hears them to choose how to react. The university’s approach is setting a dangerous precedent and could lead to further violence.

It’s important to remember what happened in Nashville, where a transgender shooter killed three children and three faculty members at a Christian school. The shooter’s manifesto has not been released to the public, but it’s likely that they were fed the same extreme beliefs about pronouns and gender identity.

A Better Approach

Respecting individuals’ gender identities is important, but it’s also important to approach the issue in a way that doesn’t create more harm. Instead of labeling misgendering as an act of violence, we should focus on education and understanding. We should create safe spaces where individuals can feel comfortable expressing their gender identities and educate others on the importance of using correct pronouns.

Let’s work towards a world where everyone feels respected and valued, without resorting to extreme and potentially dangerous measures.

  • Respect individuals’ gender identities
  • Focus on education and understanding
  • Create safe spaces for individuals to express their gender identities
  • Value and respect everyone

Together, we can create a world where everyone feels safe and valued, regardless of their gender identity.

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