What You’re Actually Saying When You Ignore Someone’s Gender Pronouns

As writers, we make careful, calculated choices with words.  Do we remember the power and politics of language in our day to day communications?

What You’re Actually Saying When You Ignore Someone’s Gender Pronouns.

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About T A Smith

Just one of the literacy scholars on this site who wants to explore writing in all its complexities.
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4 Responses to What You’re Actually Saying When You Ignore Someone’s Gender Pronouns

  1. Carol King says:

    interesting article. Thanks for sharing it.

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