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Hey Mugi! Please don't try and "correct" someone on how they wrote a review. You're free to go in depth, to go piece by piece with your own, but not everyone will adhere to a single format like it's school work. The public "reminder" on my review was disrespectful. If you're to comment on a review, ask for clarifications. Was the art appealing to look at? Did the store have good pacing? Were the characters stupid? You ask questions. You don't respond with a personal correction.
Have a nice day. :)
makes sense 😂😂 i just dislike how she does all this without atleast thinking her actions are wrong but even if you ignore the beard it doesn't make sense how they say they can't/won't tailor clothes for him. thats just plain bs
Is your goal to persuade me to use gendered pronouns in my reviews? What kind of response are you expecting from me?
I use gender neutral pronouns for a few reasons. Most notably, because I don't want to contribute to the continued usage of gendered pronouns (which I see as an unnecessary relic of the past). And I also want to get readers used to reading gender neutral pronouns, as I would eventually like to see society as a whole transition away from gendered pronouns and all the baggage that come along with such things.
Also, while misgendering people could be considered an incorrect usage of pronouns, I am not making any statements about the gender identities of anybody I refer to. As such, gender neutral pronouns are just as "correct" as the appropriate gendered equivalent. And if you were arguing from a position of grammar instead of from a position of misgendering, then it should be noted that gender neutral pronouns are just as grammatically "correct" as gendered pronouns. They fill the same grammatical slot and function identically (in regards to grammar), with the only difference being that they aren't gendered.