The whole debacle surrounding the CoC rollout has raised a few questions, and it seems worth bringing attention to some of the less heavy ones as well as the big serious issues.
I should preface by saying that I'm happy to refer to someone with any name or pronoun they want me to use, use gender-non-specific language when I don't know someone's gender, and so on.
But Latin and Ancient Greek are dead languages, and languages that died out before developing any good gender-neutral ways to refer to people. There is no singular "they" in Classical Latin, for example, nor is there any living speech community to develop an equivalent.
When questions and answers are posted in Latin (or Greek) here, how should we deal with people of unknown gender? My preferred style is to use a noun with an intrinsic grammatical gender (such as persona "person", which is always feminine whether it refers to a man or a woman) and make all pronouns agree with that, but it's only one possible style out of many. This seems like a reasonable opportunity to decide on an "official" Latin.SE style to fall back on when all else fails.