French, like other romance languages, is a gendered language. If you’re wondering how to make your French more gender inclusive, check out this article from Mots-Clés’ Manuel d’écriture inclusive!
The three steps to using gender inclusive French are:
- Agree in number and gender nouns relating to jobs, functions, titles, and rank.
- Use masculine and feminine descriptors instead of using masculine generically.
- Refrain from using general terms such as “homme” et “femme.”
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