Most people with mental instabilities seek help from a professional. This lady decided to become an editor for the Washington Post.

A woman named Lauren R. Taylor has gone waaaaaaay past the typical “Crazy Cat Lady” stereotype and somehow fell over into the Kool-Aid guzzling Cult of Social Justice terrain with it. In a column entitled, “Don’t laugh: I have a serious reason for raising my cats gender neutral”… well, it’s exactly what it says on the tin –

My new cats were freaking out. In carriers in the back seat of the car, they yowled their displeasure. I reassured them: “Don’t worry boys, we’ll be home soon.”

Whoops! I had called them boys, when in fact they were girls. An understandable mistake, as I’ve had cats for about 50 years, and all of them have been male. “I’m going to have to work on using the right pronouns,” I thought. And then another thought: “Why? They’re cats.”

That’s when I decided to raise my cats to be gender neutral.

The cats’ lives wouldn’t change, I reasoned, and it would help me learn to use plural pronouns for my friends, neighbors and colleagues who individually go by they, their and them. Even though using they, them and their as singular pronouns grates on many people because it’s grammatically incorrect, it seems to be the most popular solution to the question of how to identify people without requiring them to conform to the gender binary of female and male. It also just feels right to refer to people as they wish to be referred to.

Around the house, with just me, Essence and Trouble – named for Rare Essence and Trouble Funk, for the DC music lovers reading this – things were pretty easy. I’d make a mistake (called “misgendering”), saying something like “Where’s your brother?” (Yes, I talk to my cats.) Usually, I’d remember to fix it (“Where’s your sibling?” or “Where’s your pal?”). Just as I’d hoped, I began finding it easier to remember to use gender-neutral language for the humans in my life.

I’ll give Lauren credit for one thing: she accurately predicted that those of us with Actual Brains would be laughing our assular areas off at this stupidity. She’s certainly living up to the “Crazy” part of “Crazy Cat Lady.”

more at Source: Woman Declares Her Cats To Be Gender Neutral. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE WE SHARE A PLANET WITH, FOLKS! – Chicks On The Right