The new CoC is now in effect. And it includes the new gender pronouns aspect.
We understand that it is clearly unfair when the feeling of those who want other people to change the way they express themselves (by changing gender pronouns when "required") is prioritized over the people that feels coerced to do so.
This does not sound like a cordial request, but as an imposition.
We do not feel well because it is authoritative and hurts our personal values. (with this new rule, our feeling is not being taken into account)
It seems inevitable that problems will arise. Especially because it is very likely that most users have not even read the code of conduct and therefore are completely unaware of this new rule.
So, how does SE intend to solve this?
For users who still disagree, even after a warning, what will be your solution?
This question is not answered by What does the Code of Conduct say about pronouns? because the mentioned question and its answers start from the assumption that this is an issue already resolved.
This question was asking indirectly (now directly), if SE staff is open to dialogue and find a different and more impartial solution.
From the downvotes here (-267 at the time I'm writing), it's clear that this is an unsolved issue, and it would be interesting if we could find another solution.