Leslie Elliott is a coach and consultant and founder of The Radical Center Consulting Company. A specialist in mental health, Leslie also puts out regular videos. Her recent expose titled, “Pronouns: Why we should not play along,” has been gaining traction, and serves as the catalyst for this discussion.
As Leslie, says, the new wave of special pronoun use is not a new etiquette, it is forcing you to lie about someone. The three main reasons why we should not play along, as outlined by Leslie Elliott, are:
- It undermines self-confidence and fosters the idea that our concept of “self” is dependent upon others
- It encourages narcissistic behavior in those who insist we use their chosen pronouns
- It creates and/or perpetuates gender confusion in children
Catch Daniel Bobinski’s discussion with Leslie on the KTR Rumble page, or just watch it here: