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There is a need to incorporate gender neutral or gender inclusive pronouns in everyday speecha nd writing. People use a lot of words that are gendered which can hurts others.
Gender’s deep roots in our language in the form of pronouns, nouns, possessives, phrases etc never seen by people. They don’t think how gender in speech can triggered many. Does anyone ever noticed how gendered their day to day conversations are? People should try to use gender neutral pronouns to not hurt anyone’s feelings. Gender-neutral language demonstrates inclusion for people who do not identify with the stereotypical gender binary. It also ensures that you don’t dredge up potentially harmful memories for people through incorrect language usage. People have a limited education in terms of sex, gender and their preferences. People love not to be in gendered system. Avoid using he or she for person because it’s known all the time that the person standing infront of us is non-binary or not. Many languages don’t have such pronouns. So, in that situation it’s better to take person’s name. People should take care of the words they spoken. If anybody is not recognized like their gender they will definitely feels uncomfortable.
Gender neutral words needs priority in society. It is an essential thing. Everyone should start it from their daily life. They should first think without speaking or writing anything.