This is not just wokery, This is M&S wokery

This is not just wokery . . . M&S ‘diversity managers’ give staff pronoun badges so that customers know how to address them

  • David Parke shared that Marks & Spencer has started giving out pronoun badges
  • The store’s Food PR manager said he’s ‘grateful’ for the retailer’s inclusivity drive
  • The new tags include the person’s name and now feature their chosen pronouns

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What if my pronouns are

Will I get in trouble?

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I think HomeDepot may be doing this as well.

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My preferred third person pronoun is ‘My lord and Savior’

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