"Louder with Crowder" podcaster Matt Crowder recently asked people about their preferred gender pronouns (video below).
In the video, the conservative pundit first shows clips of "social justice warriors" informing people to always ask others what their preferred gender pronouns are, and to never assume someone's sexual identity.
Crowder then goes out in an unidentified city with a "hidden camera" to ask folks, "What are your preferred gender pronouns?"
Crowder apologizes to an Asian man for calling him "sir" and then asks him about his preferred pronouns. The man replies, "Preferred what?"
Another man tells him, "I can't follow you."
A third man replies: "It doesn't matter to me. What do you mean by that?"
A woman working a drive-thru repeatedly tells Crowder to just "go 'head" with his order and then says she has never been asked that question.
Crowder also attempts to tell people his own preferred gender pronoun, but no one seems interested.
Earlier this year, Crowder mocked the University of Tennessee for telling students and staff to avoid using gender-based pronouns.
Crowder wrote on his blog: "Gay rights officials objected to words like 'she,' 'he' and 'him' because they are problematic to people who don’t realize they are a 'she,' 'he' or 'him' no matter how much they want to pretend otherwise. Because, science. Or something."