And what happens if one of my characters decides to go all gender-fluid on me in Chapter 2 and I forget to use the appropriate pronoun in Chapter 8? Will he or she (is he or she even correct here?) have the right to file human rights violation complaints or hate crime charges against me for my wanton act of authorly bigotry?
I had a tough enough time with the whole "he/she" thing in sentences like "If a student is late for class, he or she must sign the late sheet." What the heck do I write now? "If a student is late for class, he or she or they or zhir or do re mi fa so la tee doh, or elfkin, or bearspirit must sign the late sheet."
But the people I feel really sorry are the hacks who write porn and erotica. I mean, I'll probably struggle to use the right pronouns in my own work should I choose to include a non-binary gender character in one of my stories; but gosh, those sonsabitches that make a living writing porn? They got their work cut out for them.
Imagine having to write a massive group sex orgy scene involving 3 cisgender females, 2 cisgender males, an agender, 2 bigenders, an MTF, 7 or 8 genderqueers, 1 intersex, 6 neutroises, a non-binary, 4 pangenders, 12 transexuals, a couple of two-spririts, 12 drummers drumming, 11 pipers piping, 10 lords-a-leaping, 9 ladies dancing, 8 maids-a-milking, 4 drag kings, 2 genderblenders, and a really irritable butch named Bob.
Come to think it, imagine having to read the scene after it has been written . . .