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    What’s next, grunting? Lawmaker’s absurd decision to ban gendered pronouns

    Updated: January 23, 2019 at 7:07 pm EST  See Comments

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    January 23, 2019 (American Thinker) – Gender madness proliferates, gaining official standing in the upper house of the legislature of the Golden State. The party that purports to support “science” is in full-throated denial of chromosomal reality.

    Amanda Prestigiacomo reports in The Daily Wire:

    State Senator and Senate Judiciary Committee chair Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) announced that only “gender neutral” pronouns will be permitted during committee hearings.

    “Our first order of business is to approve the committee rules. I’d like to note – in respecting the fact that we are now a state recognizing the non-binary designation as a gender – he and she, we are now merging them so we are using what my grammar teacher would have had a heart attack over: we are using the phrase ‘they’ and replacing other designations so it’s a gender neutral designation: ‘they,'” announced the Democrat. “Basically, that’s the primary reforms and revisions to the committee rules.”

    “In the spirit of gender neutrality for the rules of this committee, we now designate the chair as ‘they,'” Jackson corrected the record.

    The stupidity of this move, abandoning the distinction between singular and plural, making language less precise and subject to confusion, was

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