I'm genuinely curious: So the internet is broadly anonymous community and with user tags that are usually unreliable on guessing the gender of the person behind the screen. My question is if someone calls you the incorrect pronoun for your gender of choice or you just generally just liked to be referred as them, do you correct the person or just let it be? Spoiler: The story behind my curiosity. Because just earlier I was in a conference call with some people and a 'karen', I had my cam off and my user tag is simply 'Arry' so the host kept referring to me with male pronouns I really didn't mind being referred to with male pronouns not that it mattered with the ongoing conversation. So obviously because I had a high pitched voice it became obvious that I was a girl, but the host kept referring to me as him. For some reason this woman got offended in my behalf. First, she was being subtle about it referring to me as Miss Arry, then the second time she called out the host the third time she officially disrupted the discussion to correct everyone who refers to me as 'him'. Well, I kindly told her that I didn't mind being referred to with male pronouns and from there she became borderline something else and gave not so nice remarks. I honestly don't think identify as anything other than a girl but I'm not straight either, to those who are curious Spoiler I'm pansexual, yes, I'm not actually an owl. . But since this is the internet, I don't really mind being referred to with a different pronoun. I don't really mind being incorrectly called a different pronoun in real life.