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An editor’s perspective on gender-inclusive language

Diversity is becoming an increasingly important topic for both universities and businesses. By valuing people in all their differences, you can reach a larger audience because they are more likely to be addressed by inclusive content. Language is an important factor in this topic. So, we as editors should consider diversity in our work. Gender-inclusive language is a good start to do so.




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Lucia Clara Rocktäschel

Lucia Clara Rocktäschel

Freelance copywriter and editor specialized in inclusive communication and diversity.

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