Talk:Casey Mongillo

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Need reliable sources[edit]

No sources are given for Casey being nonbinary, using they/them pronouns, or enlisting in the military. Do not re-add these to the article without up-to-date and reliable source(s). There is a source cited that she is a transgender woman, and all sources cited use she/her pronouns. So the article should reflect this. -- User:Brainy J ✿ (talk) 04:10, 5 November 2018 (UTC)

Re: this edit. A fan wiki is not a proper source, especially since that wiki page's history states "We were asked by Casey or a closely-conncted person to use the pronouns down as this", so there is nothing publically-verifiable. WP:VERIFY: "Even if you're sure something is true, it must be verifiable before you can add it."
Additionally, you keep changing the article text "During the 4th of July weekend of Anime-Expo 2015 during the TOME Finale Panel, Casey came out as a transgender woman" to "During the 4th of July weekend of Anime-Expo 2015 during the TOME Finale Panel, Casey revealed they are transgender / non-binary" and changing the linked source title from "Voice Actor Casey Mongillo comes out as a Transgender Female at Anime Expo 2015" to "Voice Actor Casey Mongillo comes out as trans at Anime Expo 2015". Listen, regardless of if Casey has come out as nonbinary in the years since then, it is clearly said in the cited source "I just came out as a transgender female at Anime Expo 2015." Again, no matter what Casey's current identity is, it is a fact that at Anime-Expo 2015 Casey came out as a trans woman, not as nonbinary. -- User:Brainy J ✿ (talk) 00:01, 11 November 2018 (UTC)
Dear IP user(s) who keep editing this page and putting All of these edits are approved by the person the article is based on. Ask them yourself to confirm: please note that Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style#Gender_identity instructs us to "Give precedence to self-designation as reported in the most up-to-date reliable sources." Whatever personal conversations you may have had with Casey do not count as sources. All reputable published sources about Casey state that she is transgender female, not nonbinary.-- User:Brainy J ✿ (talk) 17:32, 3 January 2019 (UTC)