- May 1, 2016
- AFL Club
... you're welcome to think what you like about someone's gender. You can have as little to do with them as you please, if their silliness bothers you. Who - and let's be specific, mind - is policing your thoughts or your association, Sorted?The term non-binary means someone whose gender is not exclusively female or male, or neither.
Is the argument that gender can be whatever a person chooses? So a gender of cat should be respected.
Or is there a range, or an evolving list of genders that might be considered valid? So a gender of cat might be thought of as silly.
It's not silly to them, though. If it makes them feel better, how does their gender affect you?