Category:Gender neutral language

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Gender-neutral language, also called gender-inclusive language, is the practice of using words that don't give an idea of someone being female or male. Gender-neutral language is important to people who have non-binary gender identities. Since gender-neutral language doesn't give the idea that a person is male or female, it can apply to women, men, and people who identify as other genders, outside of the gender binary. Many non-binary people ask to be called by gender-neutral titles, pronouns, names, and other words.

The main article for this category is gender neutral language, which gives examples of neutral vocabulary in English and other languages.

Pages in category "Gender neutral language"

The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.