gender-equitable language by t'works

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Getting to the core of gender-
equitable language

Making sure all our communication is non-discriminatory and that it represents everyone fairly requires inclusive language. An important part of inclusive language is making genders visible in language. In this report, we will look at what gender-equitable language (usually referred to as “gendering”) can look like and what possibilities there are in English to make a person’s gender recognizable. We would like to take you on an excursion into sociolinguistics to learn about the concepts of gender and languages with gender systems, and to find out what impact our choice of words has on gender equality. We will explain why this issue infuriates so many people. We’ll also show the side effects of inclusive language on certain population groups and give you some possible solutions. Finally, we point out tips on how to use gender-neutral language and how to be at ease with and stay informed about this topic.

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