Pronoun Nonsense in the Navy and Beyond

Leftists ruin everything, and our language is a perfect example.

Leftists arbitrarily change the meaning of words, then force the world to bend to their will. Like the word “marriage”. Undoubtedly, a union between a man and a woman. Then, Leftists went after the word. All because Leftists hate God.

Destroy marriage; or at least bastardize it. And voila. Not only do you tear down the institution of marriage, you get the government to actually destroy the principle upon which marriage is built, i.e. religion.

In a more recent example, Leftists now target pronouns.

I learned what a pronoun was long ago. But now Leftists want to change pronouns so that freaks feel better about themselves. So in what amounts to little more than a power play, some idiots introduce themselves with their pronoun preference. And it is now the responsibility of people to note such distinctions, or be accused of aggression.

In the Navy video, Naval Undersea Warfare Center engineer Jony Rozon introduces himself by telling the viewer that he uses “he/him” pronouns. His co-host, engineer Conchy Vasquez, then says she uses “she/her” pronouns.

The video goes on to promote the use of “inclusive language” and being “allies,” as well as instruction on what to do if someone is “misgendered.”

Enough is Enough!

This might age me, but remember a little thing called “School House Rock”? The series ran from 1973 until 1984, and it helped millions of kids learn conjunctions, adjective, fractions, adverbs, energy, electricity, prepositions, interjections, history, money, taxes, government and, yes, PRONOUNS!

Even today, kids use those same videos to expand their understanding of different subjects. I recently heard one of my kids in the bathroom mirror singing “conjunction junction, what’s your function?” and it struck me that soon enough someone will demand this video be stricken from the internet and our memories.

Because that’s what leftists do. They cancel anything that offends them. Recently, Disney announced they will be removing ALL gender pronouns from their cartoons.

According to the People’s Gazette:

Karen Burke, the president of Disney’s general entertainment, said the decision is to ensure wider inclusivity for all sexual orientations, specifically mentioning that half of the characters in their upcoming projects will represent the LGBTQIA+ community or racial minorities, by the end of the year.

(Sidenote: Where did the IA+ come from? Last I checked, we were still on the Q.)

Ms. Burke, the mother of two queer kids – one transgender child and one pansexual child- said this during a company-wide Zoom call.

Also, during the staff meeting on Florida’s recent enactment of the Parental Rights in Education bill, executive producer for Disney Television Latoya Raveneau talked about advancing her “not-at-all-secret gay agenda” to insert queerness into children’s animation/cartoon productions.

I don’t even want to know what the next Disney princess looks like.

Have these people lost their minds? When it comes to transexual, bisexual, or just plain sexual, I’ll tell you what I told a twelve year old that once told me she thought she might be bisexual. “You’re what they call non-sexual, because you are a child. Tell me again in a few years.” Guess what happened a few years later? She admitted to not really understanding what she said, just that several of her friends were saying it.

Why do we have to clutter up childhood with all of these adult issues they don’t need to worry about? Maybe Bert and Ernie were always gay, but we didn’t have to know that when I was a kid. And I would sleep just fine at night if I still didn’t know it.

Why can’t bedroom escapades go back to being no one’s business? And why can’t pronouns still follow the rules we learned in elementary school?

Do you know what makes English the hardest language to learn? It’s the fact that so much of it is borrowed from other languages. It’s much easier to learn a language when there are concrete rules you follow all the time. So throwing the pronoun rules out the window just makes the translations all that much harder. In fact, injecting leftism makes it all seem like Greek to me.

 

 

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