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Yes, you've grasped the solution I propose exactly. I know it seems strange
at first, but surely no stranger than the other awkward, politically correct
constructs we're wrestling with. In time (centuries) the female pronouns
would be seen as a quaint antiquity of the English language.
I know it's a far-fetched idea, but it still seems like the best solution to
Thanks for at least thinking/writing through an example.