Winchester wrote:If I want to be called he, she, xhe, or whatever, then it's no different if I want to be called Winchester, Chester, Winnie, or Windog.
The problem with this is that you end up dictating reality to others when your wittle feelies get hurt. You can't tell someone is a xhe/xhim, gender fluid, otherkin, or whatever they decide they are in their imaginations. Actually, there is one way to tell, they usually have aposematic hair.
If you meet the biological conditions of maleness and I'm aware of that fact, I will call you a male. If you present as a female and I don't know otherwise, I will call you a female. If you look like a neon-haired snowflake with gauged ears and gamer tattoos, I won't talk to you at all.