though in japanese specifically, the gendering of one's self and other people is more complicated than just that, the pronouns are not indicative of gender identity the way we think of it but more like a neutral/masc/fem spectrum that is also intertwined with all the other social categories (age/status/etc), so it probably makes English "announce your pronouns and try to remember others" seem like a simpler system.
Thinking about pronouns, having gendered 3rd person pronouns but not gendered 1st person pronouns means it's up to other people to gender the subject correctly instead of giving that power to the subject. And so we try to normalize pronoun announcements and hope others go along with it. Whereas some languages like Japanese there are multiple gendered versions of "I/me" that you only need to refer to yourself in one sentence ("I♀️ am Jesse") to suggest your identity.
Ive never watched the series this is parodying but I can't stop thinking about this hilarious video. The timing of his delivery and music and the art is all perfect. Even after watching both the original scene it's based on and the official dubbed version I have to say it's actually this parody that sounds the best:
Artist and lab rat. Sometimes NSFW.
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