American Psychological Association now requires authors to use singular ‘they’

Term to refer to individuals who identify as non-binary; MLA may follow suit The American Psychological Association is helping make grammar fluid to accommodate current gender fluidity trends, and a statement from a Modern Language Association of America spokesperson indicated the group may soon follow suit. The APA recently announced scholars in some cases must use “they” as a singular pronoun to…


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Author: Isaac Cross – Thomas Aquinas College

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