Create a better way to recognize the paternal surname in the case of users (members) who use two
My experience when I use the Familysearch platform options that refer to the user's last name (that is, mine) was always very sad because it ignores my own personal identity by identifying me with my maternal surname. I have already written several times to the administrators of this platform to try to make them see that all of you make an unforgivable mistake when trying to identify with the maternal surname a Latin American or a citizen of a European country where said two surnames are used. In my 58 years of age I have not met the first person in these parts of the world who feels well treated when his or her paternal surname is ignored when identifying him or her (referring to him or her or when naming or identifying him or her). It is very disrespectful to address a person from Latin America or Europe where the paternal and maternal surnames are used in the name, but using the maternal surname, ignoring the paternal one, which is what constitutes their only and true identity. And I give you more clues, it is quite absurd to ask for help to know if this is true from someone originally from any of those regions but who lives in the United States because many of these people are already accustomed to American culture where what I am criticizing, YES it is normal. And acceptable.
This is not a scolding, it is an invitation to adapt the platform so that it is respectful of Latin America. I invite you to come to all of Latin America and do real exercises in the streets, calling (intentionally) people by their maternal family name, having a paternal one, and you will see that in almost all cases (not to mention that in the 100%) people will correct you and in many cases they will get upset.
(I do not use my full name including my maternal surname because I know you would call me by my maternal surname and not by my paternal's)