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Editorial: Merriam-Webster is helping legitimize non binary language

Merriam-Webster announced via Twitter on Tuesday that the pronoun “they” can now be used in reference to a “single person whose gender identity is nonbinary.”
September 17, 2019
The move by Merriam-Webster, announced via Twitter on Tuesday, lends legitimacy to a term that is liberating for many nonbinary people who don’t identify with traditionally male and female pronouns.

Opinion | The importance of using gender-neutral vocabulary

Opinion | The importance of using gender-neutral vocabulary
February 17, 2019
Pronouns, for the cisgender community, might not seem like a big deal. But many individuals who identify as non-binary lose accurate representation and feel excluded when people are unfamiliar with the gendered phrasing they’re using.
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