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France bans gender-neutral words in schools, says they're 'harmful' to French language

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France has banned the use of gender-neutral language in schools, bucking the recent woke culture trend spreading throughout academia around the world.

Gender equality advocates were pushing for full stops in the middle of written words, which they called "midpoints," that would allow both male and female forms of the word to be represented at the same time. The Daily Mail reported, "In French grammar, nouns take on the gender of the subject to which they refer, with male preferred over female in mixed settings."

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