By now you have probably noticed the establishment media’s confusing practice of promoting liberals’ bizarre psychosexual agenda by referring to the sexually perplexed with inappropriate pronouns to endorse their delusion that they are members of the opposite sex. Here is a story in which the main character is never referred to with a pronoun at all. But this time it might not be a matter of progressive ideology; maybe The Oregonian just doesn’t want to get sued:
A former catering worker who identifies as neither female or male is suing Bon Appetit Management Co. for $518,000, claiming co-workers referred to the employee as a female though repeatedly being asked to stop.
Valeria Jones alleges in a lawsuit that co-workers repeatedly called Jones “miss,” “lady” and “little lady” despite explanations that Jones “was not a female or a male and that the term was unwelcome.”
Workers also directly said Jones looked like a woman and made female celebrity comparisons, the suit states.
The lawsuit, filed this week in Multnomah County Circuit Court, says Jones preferred to be addressed by a general neutral pronoun. The suit doesn’t identify the term.
Would “it” work?
Jones is a greedy woman, or rather person:
The suit seeks $18,682 in lost wages and benefits, and $500,000 for humiliation and suffering.
Given that liberals must always push the envelope further, that they encounter no resistance because everyone is terrified of being denounced as a thought criminal, and that many liberals cannot perceive a moral difference between humans and animals, it is only a matter of time until we read a story like this:
A former worker who identifies as neither human nor animal is suing the former worker’s former employer for $518 billion, claiming that former coworkers referred to the former worker as a homo sapiens…
On tips from Varla and Steve T. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
Rush Limbaugh and a few other radio hosts have made it a center piece of the attack against President Obama,
Like most politically interested Americans, I’m gobbling up all I can find about Elena Kagan. And the portrait that’s emerging