Multi Mega Gender Students May Sue Over Student Union Gender Pronoun ‘Ze’

Oxford Student Union

University Student Union Says It’s Not Telling People To Use ‘Ze’ Rather Than ‘He’ Or ‘She’ – Multi Mega Gender Students Could Sue Union

Multi-Gender students left outraged over pathetic left-wing gender label ‘Ze’

Left-wing politically correct progressive crackpot unions are now starting to look even more stupid than just the usual illogical unreal nonsensical PC rubbish we are used to from them

What are the identities of Multi-Gender students?

Non-Binary – Is used for all that do not identify as either just female or male.

Multi-Mega-Gender – Is used for those identifying with an infinite number of genders 100+.

Agender – People who do not have an inner sense of gender or have no gender.

Androgynes – People who are a mix of male and female.

Bigender – Having two genders

Demigender – Identifying as partly male or female

Intergender – An identity between male and female. Often used by those who are intersex.

Multigender – Having more than one gender. This can be at the same or different times.

Neutrois – A neutral gender, neither female or male.

Genderqu – Having a non-normative gender identity and expression.

NUS Student Union

Students who identify with all of the above together and think of themselves as (mega multi gender) have been left outraged at the ridiculous notion of labelling (so called neutral gender) students with the term ‘Ze’.

This presents a case for discrimination on the grounds of stereotyping and/or labelling and grouping with discriminatory intolerance towards multi-gender students who may identify with any gender at any moment, hour, day or week.

A multi-gender student may identify for example, as a woman in the morning, but as a man and a woman together in the afternoon, but also at the same time both the man and the woman gender identities may both identify as transgender and the woman as the man and the man as the woman.

Then both identities may still identify in the singular as a man (and) a woman independently of each other.

In this instance you would get one identity wishing to be addressed as ‘Mr’ and the other identity as ‘Miss’, but both at the same time when being addressed by somebody who saw just the one individual in front of them visually.

So a suitable example for using a term of address in this case would be, “Good morning Mr and Miss”.

Calling somebody ‘Ze’ who identified in this way would be grossly offensive, damaging and discriminatory.

Students would be within their right to open cases for massive damages and compensation.

“THERE IS ALSO A QUANTUM LEVEL TO GENDER WHERE FLUIDITY BECOMES MORE DETAILED”

As a society we strive to understand the meaning of life and our existence. We look to understand who and what we are. As that understanding grows we evolve.

We sometimes end up breaking down the walls of what is considered the norm in both science and culture as our understanding becomes clearer. Nothing challenges these norms more than the concept of gender fluidity.

Being gender fluid is not a new concept. It has been around for ages but was never clearly defined.

Though society has begun to accept our differences in sexual orientation and the world is just beginning to grapple with the concept of being transgender, we now have gender fluidity in the line of progression.

As that understanding grows so does the understanding of the spectrum of gender.

What is gender fluid?

In the simplest of terms being gender-fluid means having a different gender identity at different times. At one moment you may identify as female and another you may identify as male.

You may identify as both at the same time, none of them or as many as hundreds of mix and match genders.

These shifts can happen several times a day, weekly, monthly or even yearly.

This explanation however is very basic and comes from a binary view.

Gender fluidity is actually more complex.

In terms of physics we could compare the common binary view of male and female to our basic understanding of things.

There is also a quantum level to gender where fluidity becomes more detailed. We have identities within the non-binary umbrella. These identities are used by people who don’t feel the terms non-binary or gender fluid properly describes them.

Student Union

A university students union has denied students are being told to use gender-neutral pronouns such as “ze” rather than “he” or “she”.

According to The Sunday Times, the student union had outlined the move in a leaflet, and highlighted the gender-neutral alternative term in its story.

It was followed-up by other media, including The Huffington Post UK.

OUSU went on to make clear it respected preferred pronouns, but no-one would be forced to do anything.

It said:

“We would like to highlight that our support for trans students includes respecting neopronouns and non-binary identities.

“We would also like to clearly state that we would never tell anyone to use ‘ze’ pronouns instead of ‘he’ or ‘she’ if ‘he’ or ‘she’ is the pronoun someone wishes to use.

“That would be misgendering and would likely have the biggest impact on individuals (ie, some trans students) who may already be struggling to get people to use ‘he’ or ‘she’ for them. It would be totally counterproductive.”

The Sunday Times report stems in part from an OUSU policy document published in June stating speakers in meetings should identify their preferred pronoun and their name – but there is no mention of “ze”.

In its statement, OUSU said this was for accessibility and minuting purposes.

OUSU also said the story may have referred to support materials used by student leaders and welfare representatives reminding people of “the importance of not assuming the pronouns of their peers”.

OUSU added there could be confusion with the wider university’s trans guidance which “does include a mention of neopronouns (pronoun sets like ‘ze/hir’, ‘ey/em/eirs’)”.

OUSU adds:

“Requesting that people state their pronouns, and do not assume the pronouns of others, is not particularly radical or controversial. It’s a standard practice, not just in Oxford but in student communities and LGBTQ-friendly spaces all over, and we encourage its spread.”

It comes as higher education across the world is widening its policies to acknowledge transgender students and those who don’t identify as male or female.

In the US, the gender-neutral alternatives of “ze” and “hir” have been used for more than a decade at Wesleyan University.  The American University lists acceptable alternative pronouns to also include “E”, “Ey” or “Per”.

At registration, Harvard University students are now allowed to indicate which pronouns they use – with suggested gender-neutral options such as “ze” or “they”.

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