There is far more to pronoun usage than someone’s personal preference in how he or she wishes to have others refer to him or her. The woke tyranny affects all pronoun usage because it de-constructs our entire language.
A pronoun must have a clear antecedent and context if a statement is to be universally understood. Using unintelligible pronouns with vague antecedents undermines this comprehension.
If we accommodate the pronoun police, we contribute to communication failure. And that’s isolating. If we cannot speak openly to others, we end up more alone, even atomized, and therefore easier to control. Ultimately, the craze to abuse pronouns drifts towards nihilism because it replaces ordered communication with chaos. Read More»
Stella Morabito | “Kamala Harris’s Pronoun Charade Is About A Lot More Than Bad Manners” | August 3, 2022
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