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Tl;Dr If someone tells you their pronouns are they/them, use those pronouns.
I've spent a good bit of my day explaining to another member of the queer community why refusing to call people who by they and them (who use those pronouns) is disrespectful, and they just aren't getting it.
The plural they/them argument is invalid. They/them may be used as a plural pronoun, but also are used as singular pronouns. Here's an example conversation: "Someone came by to talk to you earlier. I can't remember their name." I guarantee that you use this on a daily basis, and if not a daily basis close to. It is proper grammar, and has been as long as you were alive. It isn't new.
Yes, I get it can be hard to start using these pronouns. We have been conditioned to think certain traits are male or female -- from the clothes people wear, to how they do their makeup, all the way to people's names. But, the refusal to even start can actually harm people.
Respect pronouns. They're there for a reason.
If you have any questions, I'm here and have the mental bandwidth to answer them. But, I will delete any hateful comments. (Side note, my pronouns are he/him, but I am fine with they/them as well)