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Much more universal, gender-neutral pronouns.

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Submitted by Kevin (United States), Feb 13, 2022 at 21:01

My own two cents: since radical progressives seek, among other things, to replace the language of organic humanity with robotic concepts and categories, why shouldn't we all adopt the most universal and gender-neutral pronouns: it / its / that. It, no pun intended, has the added benefit of putting humans on the same level as plants and animals, which should make it that much more appealing to the Left.

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