Gender pronouns like “they/them/their” offer an alternative to binary male/female options. What is your preferred pronoun? #GenderRevolution
— Nat Geo Channel (@NatGeoChannel) February 7, 2017
You wouldn’t think of Nat Geo as a resource to discuss the bazillion or so genders progressives have pushed down our throats in recent years. Images of majestic lions chasing gazelles and elephants in streams with glorious greenery around them … that is what we expect from Nat Geo.
Not name your gender.
What a shame the National Geographic brand has been cheapened to this extent. @NatGeoChannel
— Yes 𝒕𝒉𝒂𝒕 Atwater (@atwater_x) February 7, 2017
— Dammit, Jim (@MetricButtload) February 7, 2017
Winner winner, chicken dinner.
@NatGeoChannel Who gives a shit? Stick to geography.
— Jim Levy (@TexasJew) February 7, 2017
This is not difficult. Their name isn’t Nat Gender, it’s Nat Geo and we look to them for geography. Not for unicorns, rainbows, leprechauns and genders.
I wanted geography and animals, not leftist propaganda.
— DWW25921 (@dww25921) February 7, 2017
Seems their followers agree.
@NatGeoChannel nitwit? idiot? imbecile? are those suitable alternatives?
— PearlsBeforeSwine (@Gavin0503) February 7, 2017
With as many pronouns as progressives have listed these days, we don’t see why not?
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