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OverSword

Gendered Terms to be Banned in the House

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OverSword

Hey music fans :st  You just can't make this kind of thing up.  Good thing we have politicians looking out for us, our rights, and our freedoms :tu:

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Proposed changes to the rules of the House of Representatives would “honor all gender identities” by eliminating such specific terms as mother and father, son and daughter, and aunt and uncle.

Instead, only gender-neutral terms such as “parent,” “child,” “sibling” and “parent’s sibling” would be allowed in the text of the House rules, according to the proposed changes.

The proposed changes — which also include the establishment of a House “Office of Diversity and Inclusion” — will be voted on after the House convenes Sunday for the new 117th Congress.(.....)The new rules will make the House “the most inclusive in history,” Pelosi said in announcing the proposed changes.

God bless Nacy Pelosi.  Well at least bless her until mention of God is forbidden on the floor because the bible uses gendered terms :ph34r:

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aztek

lets just call all of them meatsuits. it fits them perfectly

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OverSword

Do you get the impression that they might be jealous of Canada's C-16 law, and possibly can't wait to censor the speech of American citizens in their private lives as well?

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TigerBright19

What about Spanish which is centrally divided into masculine and feminine words?  Will they be asked to drop the 'el's and 'la's and '..O's? and '..A's?

 

 

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susieice
6 hours ago, TigerBright19 said:

What about Spanish which is centrally divided into masculine and feminine words?  Will they be asked to drop the 'el's and 'la's and '..O's? and '..A's?

 

 

I believe French and German does too.

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seanjo

Welcome to Democrat world...you're going to wish Trump won.

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seanjo
3 hours ago, susieice said:

I believe French and German does too.

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third_eye

Here we go... 

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