I've run into more normal adults who are married and have kids in a stable hetero lifestyle who claim to be one of the 75,000,000 made up genders and insist on forcing everyone around them to use nonsensical pronouns.Outside the limits of the internet, I've almost never seen anyone be transgendered, and more importantly, never interacted with one.
So to answer the question, Biological sex unless I have to, and I haven't had to yet.
I'm not sure how intersex conditions figure into pronouns. They're incredibly rare and usually the people affected by this will take one side or another. Anyone claiming to be "intersex" isn't, and anyone claiming to be "asexual" definitely isn't.Also: If I were you I'd look up all the forms of intersex that exist if you believe a creator created us his likeness.
My favourite one is 5-alpha reductase deficiency, where you're born a girl and when you hit puberty: Boom! Your clitoris grows into a micropenis and you're now growing a beard.
I'd do it. I generally respect people's pronouns and preferred names out of politeness. I only refuse that courtesy if someone clearly does not have gender dysphoria and has not at least made a decent effort in transitioning to the opposite gender. If someone genuinely has gender dysphoria, even if they do not convincingly pass, then I will respect their pronouns. If someone is just a pervert, I will still respect their pronouns if they put effort into transitioning or convincingly pass.LordAzazel said:Imagine a lifelong buddy came up to you, and was like, "dude, if you could please use he/she/they from now on, I'd really appreciate it" and they wouldn't make a big drama out of it the few times you mess up while getting used to it, would you do it?