I came across a screenshot of someone's Discord profile, and it shocked me a bit to see right after the avatar and name, were the person's "pronouns".
In this case it was (he/him). Which means that it's not optional, something the freaks can include, but rather EVERYONE has to put in their "preferred pronouns".
Imagine going to sites like this every day for years. What is that brainwashing going to do to you?
I'm accustomed to sites putting your GENDER close by your avatar/name, as it IS a quite important part of who you are (actually, instead of Gender, the more proper term is SEX, because gender is by definition ARBITRARY like "pen" being feminine in Spanish, but I don't want to get off track). CathInfo puts a symbol (male, female) in the left hand side of every post -- by the poster information.
But by putting PRONOUNS instead, it pushes this new agenda of gender spectrum, gender confusion, infinite genders, all that BS. If you want to know if I'm a man or a woman, fine. But don't ask me "When did you stop beating your wife?". I refuse to answer that question. It's begging the question. I deny the whole premise for custom pronouns. I will only say that I'm a man, which means that, in English, my pronouns HAVE TO BE "he" and "him".
Do ALL social media do this? I haven't see it on Facebook yet, at least not in any official, automatic, or mandatory way. Letting people put a tagline for themselves, which SOME will use to put their pronouns, is a whole different story. I think Twitter does this. You get a 140 character summary of yourself which appears in a prominent place. Many leftists make sure to include their "pronouns" even if they're the normal ones -- to show they're a so-called "ally" to the LGBT alphabet soup.
P.S. You can call CathInfo "social media" if you insist; it's a free country. In the BROAD sense, it is social media. But in my opinion, it's more of an old-fashioned forum. Just for starters, CathInfo's field of operation isn't the whole world and everybody, like Facebook or Discord. And it certainly isn't so large that it must cater to things like "personal pronouns". Most important of all, it's not MAINSTREAM social media, and 100% of mainstream social media companies are completely leftist.