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8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English-English speakers have learned that he is a gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.  

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding.)

This requirement to avoid he as a gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.


Point 3. in What's this all about? - Implementation seems to allow (or at least it is not considered a violation) using he as a gender neutral term, as long as you use stated pronouns once they’re made known.  

8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English speakers have learned that he is gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.  

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding)

This requirement to avoid he as gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.


Point 3. in What's this all about? - Implementation seems to allow (or at least it is not considered a violation) using he as gender neutral term, as long as you use stated pronouns once they’re made known.  

8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non-English speakers have learned that he is a gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding.)

This requirement to avoid he as a gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.


Point 3. in What's this all about? - Implementation seems to allow (or at least it is not considered a violation) using he as a gender neutral term, as long as you use stated pronouns once they’re made known.

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8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English speakers have learned that he is gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding)

This requirement to avoid he as gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.


Point 3. in What's this all about? - Implementation seems to allow (or at least it is not considered a violation) using he as gender neutral term, as long as you use stated pronouns once they’re made known.

8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English speakers have learned that he is gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding)

This requirement to avoid he as gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.

8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English speakers have learned that he is gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding)

This requirement to avoid he as gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.


Point 3. in What's this all about? - Implementation seems to allow (or at least it is not considered a violation) using he as gender neutral term, as long as you use stated pronouns once they’re made known.

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8. Isn't all this causing lots of inconvenience to everyone for the sake of a minority?

No. One thing is required of you: that when someone states their pronouns you take notice and respect their request. We also recommend that you don't make assumptions about people's gender and that you prefer gender-neutral language when unsure. Using gender-neutral language instead of default masculine makes the content here inclusive of everyone, including both female and trans users.

Many non English speakers have learned that he is gender neutral pronoun. Many have similar rules in their native languages.

Old habits die hard. (For instance, I still use WordStar shortcuts while coding)

This requirement to avoid he as gender neutral pronoun, if assume good intent is not applied, can cause a lot of trouble for such people.