What’s Grammar Got to Do With it? Gender Discrimination in Gendered-Noun Languages


When I was an undergraduate student in Germany, we already discussed if or not there is a relationship between the genders of (all) nouns in the German language and gender discrimination.  We could not find or proof or find credible evidence for it.  The debate, however, is still going on, not just in German but also other languages.  Read “Latinx: The Ungendering of the Spanish Language” at http://latinousa.org/2016/01/29/latinx-ungendering-spanish-language/ to learn more.

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