2020 presidential election

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Half of the US Democratic candidates in the fourth debate list their pronouns on Twitter

Six out of 12 of the Democratic candidates that qualified for the fourth Democratic debate on Tuesday (October 15) have their pronouns listed on Twitter in solidarity with the trans community. Elizabeth Warren (she/her), Kamala Harris (she/her), Pete Buttigieg (he/him), Julián Castro (he/him/él), Cory Booker (he/him) and Tom Steyer (he/him) are the Democratic candidates with their pronouns in their Twitter bios. Misgendering a trans person by using the wrong pronouns can cause increased dysphoria and mental health problems.  It has been proven that consistently using the correct name and pronouns...
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After Elizabeth Warren’s searing put down of homophobes, this Republican senator wants you to know he feels ‘disrespected’

Marco Rubio felt personally called out by Senator Elizabeth Warren’s superb response to a question about people who cannot accept same-sex marriage. Warren was quizzed on her views on gay marriage during CNN’s Equality Town Hall on October 11, and her quick comeback was so perfect it immediately went viral. Asked how she would respond to someone whose faith teaches them that “marriage is between one man and one woman,” Warren replied: “Well, I’m going to assume it’s a guy who said that. “And I’m going to say, ‘Then just marry...
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CNN anchor mocks Kamala Harris for sharing her pronouns with a joke so bad it’ll make your skin crawl

Presidential candidate Kamala Harris included her gender pronouns as she was introduced at the CNN Equality Town Hall – but unfortunately Chris Cuomo just couldn’t take it seriously. In a trailblazing move, the California senator jumped in after her introduction to add: “And my pronouns are she, her, and hers.” The live studio audience roared with enthusiastic cheers and applause, but it seems the CNN moderator Chris Cuomo was thrown for a moment. “She, her and hers? Mine too,” he joked, which was met with a notable lack of laughter...
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