nah that’s basically all. lexa is cis but she’s just v much into the fact that gender (& sex, for that matter) aren’t a binary, & she’s super against automatically gendering people. & by lexa introducing herself w her pronouns, it normalizes everything for everyone else (instead of, for example, asking someone what their pronouns are).
so yeah, lexa just v much stands for not assuming appearance/presentation = gender identity (even though, conventionally, hers does, which is also notable bc she wouldn’t need to clarify her own pronouns for ppl to get them right).
lexa started doing this bc junior year one of the kids on her model UN team came out to her as genderqueer & they’re p much constantly misgendered bc they don’t present as androgynous or fluid, whatever, & ppl don’t lead w their pronouns. so lexa asked what would help & they told her just introducing herself w her pronouns opened up that door rly easily, & so she tries rly rly hard to rmb.
& like, lexa’s not even rly ‘friends’ w them, just an acquaintance/teammate, but they’re still so so so touched that lexa’s so good abt it, bc at competitions she makes sure almost immediately when they introduce themselves to the other team(s) or whatever to lead w pronouns & stuff.
so rly, no, in a lot of ways it doesn’t have a lot to do w lexa’s gender identity, bc she has never been misgendered. but lexa is hardcore ride or die abt progressive, safe spaces as a person & also as someone who v much does want to be a notable & frankly powerful politician, so yeah. this is smth small & easy, rly, that can rly, rly help a lot of ppl.