"Oscar" would be a good bet@BusyBeeBuzzBuzzBuzz wrote:
What names (especially these days) are male only?
The weight thing is weird; estimating someone's weight is really difficult to begin with. Some reports I've had ask for general build (tall, slender, large, etc.), and some specifically say to NOT mention build. I've never been asked to estimate weight in pounds. Even guessing age within a certain range can be tough.
I am curious how you propose obtaining a DNA sample from the cashier and then performing a chromosomal analysis in time to submit the report. I am also curious how much you think it would cost.@HonnyBrown wrote:
I go by DNA and make a note in the report.
I was actually banned from one grocery store for "misgendering" a transgender person. Sex identification has become a big hassle for me because of the rapidly growing popularity of transgenderism near me and in particular the surprising number of transgender persons working as cashiers in grocery stores. These are mostly genetic males dressed in conventionally feminine ways and with feminine names. I pick the female checkbox in these cases, as the correct woke practice seems to be to identify a person how he/she wants to be identified. But what do you do about an obvious genetic male wearing a dress and lipstick but retaining an uber-male name like Oscar? I have asked the mystery shopping company but received no response. My solution is just to do my best to stay out of lines with cashiers whose sex is unclear.
This has happened three times where I did not know what to put under male/female. We need another option.