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According to reports, the Federal Reserve is telling its employees to stop using “gendered language” such as “founding fathers” because it isn’t “inclusive” enough.
Fox News reports that a Fed staffer told them that bosses have begun telling them that they have to be “inclusive” and need to succumb to speech codes at work.
“Bias-free language recognizes diversity and avoids stereotyping, demeaning, or excluding people on the basis of gender, race, ethnic group, religion, age, ability/disability, or sexual orientation,” Fox News said of the Fed’s new guidance.
“Try to avoid words and phrases that may be considered offensive, pejorative, or prejudiced (whether consciously or unconsciously), as these can distract your audience from the ideas/information you’re trying to convey,” the guidance continues.
Fox added that the guidance contains a list of “biased terms” that are now “off limits” that includes terms such as “blacklist,” “grandfathered,” and “Founding Fathers.”
Other terms that are outlawed include “whitelisted, “manpower,” “manmade,” as well as “singular generic pronouns” – “he,” she,” “his,” and “hers” – should be replaced with more “bias-free” alternatives such as “allowed,” “artificial,” the cable network said.
Instead, the Fed wants to use the left’s made up gender words such as “ze” and “zir” and incorrect designations such as “they,” “their,” and “theirs.”
For its part, the Fed backtracked and claimed it has no gender preferences at this time.
Liberals live in a fantasy world.
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