Comedian Vito Gesualdi has become one of our favorite follows ever since that “massive” employee walkout at Netflix over Dave Chappelle’s “anti-trans” comedy special, “The Closer.” He’s the one who had his “We Like Dave” sign taken and destroyed and was then accused of having a weapon when all he was left with was the stick.

He’s already pushed back against the Associated Press, which took a photo of a protester shaking a tambourine in his face and captioning it, “Comedian and videographer Vito Gesualdi screams profanities as he engages with peaceful protesters begging him to leave.” He wasn’t screaming profanities — the protesters were — and the AP finally issued a corrected caption, removing “profanities” (as well as “peaceful” from its description of the protesters).

Gesualdi has another story, this one about the Los Angeles Times’ coverage of the walkout. In this version, the reporter writes that Gesualdi “bristled at the idea of sharing his pronouns.” Get this:

Are L.A. Times reporters really compelled now to ask everyone they interview their pronouns, or as people have said above, was this just a trap to make Gesualdi sound transphobic?