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How to Make Your Writing More Gender-Inclusive

Language has power; use it mindfully

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We know that words and language have power, and how we choose to use them matters.

A 2017 study shows that “language subtly reproduces the societal asymmetries of status and power in favor of men” and linguistic forms whereby the male forms, as the norm, “have the negative effects of making women…

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Tessa Char

Tessa Char

Mental wellness advocate via MindTerra | (W)righting the wrongs in the world in justice, feminism, dating, self-help, and well-life. https://linktr.ee/tessachar

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