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One Response to “The Gender-Neutral Pronoun: 150 Years Later, Still an Epic Fail”
Reminds me of something I ran across a few years ago – Japanese reporters who did “man in the street” interviews lamenting the fact that the Japanese language had no polite word for “you.” The only word for “you” that they have is “anata,” which is considered mildly insulting as well as being a term of endearment in couples, and mostly used by women.