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International Women’s Day: My Rant

Hi I’m so busy in the kitchen cooking and writing up recipes that I almost forgot.  This is the day set aside for us.  Women.  You know, the other half of the population.  The invisible half. Invisible?! I hear you

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Time for 21st century speak! Use ‘they’ as a singular pronoun.

Here’s the rest of that essay as promised yesterday! We are not being pernicious bitch feminists when we ask you to use ‘they’ rather than ‘he’, we ask you to use ‘they’ because it includes women and girls as equals.

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