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Inclusive Language

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Gender-neutral Language
... Gender-neutral language, gender-inclusive language, inclusive language, or gender neutrality is linguistic prescriptivism that aims to eliminate (or neutralize) reference to gender in ... "Gender-neutral language" should not be confused with genderless language, which refers to languages without grammatical gender ... It has become common in academic and governmental settings to rely on gender-neutral language to convey inclusion of all sexes or genders (gender-inclusive language) ...
Gender Of God In Christianity - Inclusive Language - Metropolitan Community Church
... The Metropolitan Community Church encourages inclusive language and uses "God - our Parent-Creator", "Jesus Christ the only begotten son of God", and "the Holy Spirit ...
Canonical Hours - Reformed and Lutheran Usage
... prayer in the Western church, usually revised for the purpose of inclusive language ... published in 1999 by The Pilgrim Press, includes an inclusive-language revision of the psalms adapted from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible with refrains and complete orders for Morning and ... Its psalter—an inclusive-language revision of the psalter from the 1979 American Book of Common Prayer—also includes a collect for each psalm ...

Famous quotes containing the words language and/or inclusive:

    The necessity of poetry has to be stated over and over, but only to those who have reason to fear its power, or those who still believe that language is “only words” and that an old language is good enough for our descriptions of the world we are trying to transform.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    We are rarely able to interact only with folks like ourselves, who think as we do. No matter how much some of us deny this reality and long for the safety and familiarity of sameness, inclusive ways of knowing and living offer us the only true way to emancipate ourselves from the divisions that limit our minds and imaginations.
    bell hooks (b. 1955)