TL;DR I had 100+ problems with my current company, esp due to horrible & inappropriate management.
For the sake of my well-being & mental health- I put in my 2 weeks.
Thank you to everyone who offered advice.
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It is generally not advisable to quit a job before you have already accepted a written offer from another company. Besides the fact that you will be for an unknown amount of time without any income, some recruiters/interviewers/HR folks are biased for whatever reason against unemployed people.
Just suck it up until you find a new opportunity.
It may be uncomfortable to line up a new job without one, supporting you in the meantime,
Ping HR regarding your transfer and stall any 1 on 1 s with your current boss for a few day / perhaps a week.
If no response will be given after your status request, depending on your location, i can suggest writing him up, and, according to your financial situation, ever quitting or going on personal leave of absence.
Mental health is the most important thing to millennial, and if you uncomfortable, something should be done
Do not quit. It's rarely a good idea to quit without another job offer.
Now is the time to keep your head down. You got yourself noticed by a lot of people that have been defending this manager. You're now seen as a trouble maker. They are likely actively looking for a reason to get rid of you. So play by their rules, pretend nothing is wrong, and start looking for a job. Everyone will know what's going on when you start calling in sick to go to interviews, or show up in suits.
And I strongly mean keep your head down. Even as simple as asking a question in a meeting that others jump on can get you dismissed. Just stay quiet, nod your head in agreement, and do exactly what your employment contract said to do. Any manager worth their salt will understand exactly what you are doing and respond appropriately.