A Simple Way to Eliminate Sexism

By the elimination of discriminatory terms from our language — is it possible?

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Language is not merely a tool for communication; Sapir-Whorf hypothesis¹ states that individuals’ values and behaviours are determined by the language they use. In a broader sense, the values of the world can be altered by a change in the use of language. Social issues are often…

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Joss Lai

Joss Lai

A curious HK girl in her 20s writing about my take on basically everything and offering my two cents.

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