# Political correctness

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On Stackexchange I got banned for this posting in which I refused to use genderfluid pronouns (I called the protagonist of my story a "he" instead a "they", which didn't fly well with the SJWs that took over Stackexchange; although the new rules only say that I have to address other users with their prefered pronouns and not which pronouns I have to use for myself, they simply deleted that argument and banned me anyway). How is this handled on Physicsoverflow, am I free to use normal pronouns in my stories or am I forced to use that far leftist newspeak here as well? I'm looking for a Stackexchange substitute that hasn't fallen to the angry mob

asked Jul 15, 2020 in Meta
recategorized Jul 17, 2020

yes.

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