Libs of TikTok shared a video in which an individual discussed using “god” as a pronoun.
“‘God’ is me validating my agender-ness,” the person noted in the video, before going on to state, “I don’t view myself as a god. I’m an atheist, I don’t believe in gods.”
The individual claimed not to have a gender and said that “it’s like I’m existing” as well as “not existing at the same time — god” and “I am a being” but also “not a being … like god.”
“People can get offended. That’s fine, but nothing else validates my agender-ness like that pronoun,” the person said.
“This is a crazy person. Plain and simple. Also the peroxide q-tipping is gross,” Republican Party of Arizona chair Kelli Ward tweeted in response to the video that Libs of TikTok had highlighted.
— Dr. Kelli Ward ud83cuddfaud83cuddf8 (@Dr. Kelli Ward ud83cuddfaud83cuddf8)
The bizarre discussion of pronouns featured in the video reflects yet another example of the seemingly bottomless abyss of radical leftist gender ideology that has become a disturbing and absurd aspect of modern society.
Libs of TikTok regularly shares video footage of individuals promoting such ideology — for example, the account recently shared a video that featured an individual who discussed using “ne,” “nem,” and “nir” as pronouns — the person described the terms as “a gender-neutral pronoun set.” The individual provided example sentences such as, “Ne went to the market with nir friends who love nem” and “That is nem, over there.”
— Libs of TikTok (@Libs of TikTok)
Many prominent left-wing politicians include their preferred pronouns on social media. To note several examples, Vice President Kamala Harris lists “She/her” on her @KamalaHarris Twitter account, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York includes “She/her” on her @AOC Twitter account, and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg includes “he/him” on his @PeteButtigieg and @SecretaryPete Twitter accounts.