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In article <9411220917 -dot- aa17643 -at- synergy -dot- disc-synergy -dot- com>,
Dave L. Meek's User Account <dave -at- disc-synergy -dot- com> wrote:
>I agree with you completely. The generic "he" and "she" should
>be used interchangeably. My point is that the generic "he" is
>not inherently sexist, anymore so than the generic "she."
You are using faulty language when you say "is", rather than "I think
that". You are not talking about facts, you are talking about opinions.
You should realize that other people hold different opinions from yours.
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