When a cisgender person chooses to display their pronouns, many people ask, “Why?” The undertone of that question is, “Isn’t it obvious what pronoun you identify with?” And that’s what makes it all the more important for cisgender people to share. Those in dominant positions of society – those with platforms, privilege and/or power – have the ability (I would also argue the responsibility) to normalise behaviours that prioritise inclusivity and dignity for everyone.
"Revolution is not a one-time event." - Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches
But before you click on that link, answer me this. Do you need to read another article, or do you need to start the work of anti-racism?