I SUPPOSE IT IS TIME FOR A GRAMMAR LESSON - yeah, ok, let's talk about grammar. When I refer to myself, I use the first person singular pronoun (I or me). So does everyone else, because it would be very odd for people to refer to themselves using a third person pronoun.
I can also correctly say that Taylor's personal pronouns are she and her, because it helps her feel comfortable about herself - people don't own third person pronouns. I'm a biological male, and there is a consensus in society to refer to biological males as 'he/him', but if someone were to call me another pronoun e.g. she/her, there'd be nothing I could do about it, just accept it. In fact, that happened to me for a while when I was a JW, I still had 'worldly' friends and they would call me she/her because I would not join in swearing/cursing, talking about girls in a misogynistic way, etc. My name's Philip but they would call me 'Phyllis'. I couldn't make them call me Philip, lol. So I just had to put up with it.
as long as she asks nicely, then what is the big deal? - it's a slippery slope to compelled speech. And it's wrong to insist that other people use certain words; it goes against freedom of speech and expression.
This particular person may have asked nicely, but there are other people who demand it, rather that asking nicely.
Taylor for personal reasons wants to be thought of as female - this person is free to identify as female. But it's a bit silly to make others have this exact same view.
My issue with Taylor was coming in here and demanding respect instead of earning it - yes, that is a good point.