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Words ‘man’ and ‘woman’ banned to avoid gender stereotyping

The words ‘man’ and ‘woman’ have been banned from the English language to avoid any form of gender stereotyping.

The words ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ are also expected to be banned in the next few weeks.

Owen Tinyface from the Association of Political Correctness told WalesOnCraic:

“We have been pushing for this for some time now. We simply cannot discriminate against either sex or gender by using such outrageous words as these. I can’t even bring myself to say them. As of now, no-one in the UK will be able to use the words that are mentioned in this news story. The ones about being male and female. Am I allowed to say that? We do not want either of these types of people being stereotyped by these words. Furthermore, I expect this law to apply to other countries too. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a dogging session to get to.”

Other stereotypical words such as his and hers are also expected to come under scrutiny in the next few months.

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