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Subject:Male/Female Thread From:"Walter L. Bazzini" <73300 -dot- 111 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 19 Nov 1996 08:41:44 EST
>> Opening a new can of worms, what about "slave" and "master" terminology
used in the computer world. Does that not offend? <<
Oh, no. . .
Actually, those are two -- although they do have other, less offensive
definitions -- terms that might benefit from substituted words. Now: What
else, pray tell, would you call a "master" or "slave" cylinder?