I am not in the habit of storming out of a room when things go pear-shaped, but boycotts don't work if the target doesn't know about the boycott.
I will not be participating in any of the Stacks where I am currently active until at absolute minimum Monica Cellio is reinstated, and SE/SO makes a public apology to her that is as widespread as the false comments various executives have already made.
For the record, I am cishet and an enthusiastic LGBTQIA+/trans/Lavender ally. I will cheerfully use whatever pronouns I am asked to use. As a writer and editor, I also know that there are multiple ways to be polite, respectful, and affirming.
I've been a part of Stack Exchange for nearly a decade (I was on a different Stack before Writing which is now defunct). I can say as unvarnished fact that I have had the highest rep on Writing/Writers for nearly all that time. Until this year, I usually had more rep than the next two users combined. This is not to boast, but to point out that SE's abominally tone-deaf behavior is driving away volunteers at the highest levels of participation.
Writing is what it is — all Stacks are what they are — because we unpaid volunteers are here sharing our wisdom and experience.
I will not be handing over anything else to a company which doubles down in the face of a clear mistake and then clings ferociously to that mistake rather than attempting to address the problem.
If Monica publicly states she would prefer a different solution than for SE to reinstate her and apologize, I will support whatever she asks for. In any event, I will not be asking, answering, commenting, or voting on any Stack until and unless this situation is resolved.
I've enjoyed my time here. My loyalty is to the community, not the corporation.