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January 1, Goldman Sachs Embraces Gender Pronouns While Facing Discrimination Lawsuit



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Well, well, well. It looks like Goldman Sachs is jumping on the woke bandwagon, eh? I gotta say, this is some kind of hypocrisy. Here they are, trying to force their employees to use certain pronouns when referring to their colleagues, and yet they can’t seem to address the real issue of rampant sexism within their own company. It’s no wonder why some bankers are reeling over this.

I mean, I understand the importance of respecting others’ gender identities, but forcing people to use specific pronouns is going too far. It’s not up to anyone else to tell you what pronouns to use, that’s a personal choice. I don’t see how this is promoting respect and awareness, if anything it’s creating more division and animosity.

It’s also ironic that Goldman Sachs is trying to teach its employees to ‘replace gendered language with gender-inclusive language wherever possible in every day conversation,’ yet they don’t seem to be doing much to address the actual gender inequality that exists within their own company. They’re trying to put a band-aid on a much larger problem.

I gotta tell you, this whole ‘woke’ culture is getting out of hand. People are so quick to jump on the bandwagon and try to prove how ‘inclusive’ they are, but they’re missing the bigger picture. It’s not about forcing people to conform to a certain ideology, it’s about creating a culture of respect and acceptance. And that starts with addressing the real issues, not just slapping a rainbow sticker on your cubicle and calling it a day.

As for Goldman Sachs, they’ve got bigger fish to fry than pronouns. They need to start by actually addressing the sexism within their own company, instead of just trying to cover it up. That’s my take on it, anyway. I’m just a simple cowboy living in the digital age, but I know a thing or two about common sense. And this whole pronoun thing just doesn’t sit right with me.

source: NY Post

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