Whoops! State Department Says It ‘Unintentionally’ Added MANDATORY Pronouns Onto Emails

An easy mistake to make… right?

The State Department has claimed that it mistakenly added mandatory pronouns to the “from” line on all the Department’s emails after it was called out by an AP reporter.

The journalist, Matt Lee, challenged Deputy State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel, demanding to know why official emails were being sent with pronouns added to them.

“Within the last hour and a half… the State Department’s internal email system — and I tested this, so I know that it’s true —has added pronouns to people’s … not their signature … but to where it says from,” Lee said, asking “Why?” 

“This is not an optional thing,” Lee said, adding “the problem is that a lot of them or at least some of them so far, as I’ve been able to tell, are wrong! They’re giving the wrong pronouns! So men are being identified as women and women as men…. It’s ridiculous!” 

Patel had no knowledge of the development and couldn’t provide any answers.


Following the exchange, the State department issued a statement claiming “This change was unintentional and the bureau is working to correct this immediately.”

Easy mistake to make I guess, coding an email delivery system to add pronouns itself automatically. We’ve all done it, right?

This comes from the same department that ‘celebrates’ some sort of obscure alphabet pride or pronoun day, that no one even knows exists, practically every week, has introduced ‘Gender X’ passports, and flies rainbow flags on the same pole as U.S. flags at embassies:



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