December 19, 2013
US colleges are accepting increased use of gender-neutral pronouns such as “they” and “ze,” according to a November 30 article in The Washington Times. The pronouns are even appearing in some students’ academic papers. The alternative pronoun drive is being led by “genderqueer” students, who self-identify as “neither male nor female but an androgynous hybrid or rejection of both.”
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