This is a little OT but you do know that you are not allowed to say that. As @hippo99 said, just ask J.K. Rowling.
As for the storming the Capitol building, I will quote the great @Nick74 when he said:
Well to quote Tulsi Gabbard, a democrat, a Feminist, a woman (?)
As I said above, there is a massive divide between the new and old Feminists, the fallout of which is not going to be pretty.
As Kav suggests, this only becomes an issue if gender specific references are outlawed (i.e. it becomes punishable to refer to someone in gender specific terms).
Assuming that's not the case, these amendments become nothing more than textual alterations that make terms of reference more inclusive. Inclusive language can confer advantages in a representative democracy, if it encourages (or removes perceived barriers to) access.
If something more onerous is happening here then I'm happy to be informed.