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I agree, but I think I didn't quite make myself as clear as I should've.
I, too, believe we should recognize and accept differences (whether race,
gender, or otherwise) and I do feel feel that this should be a topic of discuss
ion amongst us technical writers.
Sorry, I didn't mean to sound racist or male chauvanist in any way. If I have
offenden anyone, I apologize. My question was based on pure curiosity, my
answer based on my own knowledge and morals.