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French Lawmakers Revolt after ‘Woke’ Non-Binary Pronoun Added to Dictionary

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Lawmakers in France have revolted against a “non-binary pronoun” that was added to the French language in he latest edition of the Le Robert online dictionary. Jean-Michel Blanquer, the Minister of Education, tweeted: “Inclusive writing is not the future of the French language.” “Hence, even though our students are consolidating their fundamental knowledge, they cannot have this as a reference.” «…The French government is… against the idea, and the Education Ministry has resisted… attempts at incorporating inclusive language in the school curriculum… “Inclusive writing is not the future of the French language,” Education Minister… tweeted…» https://t.co/INNPLzRMq9 — Ayn Rand Fan Tweets (@aynrandfan) November 18, 2021 The Le Robert dictionary added the “iel” which is a

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Lawmakers in France have revolted against a “non-binary pronoun” that was added to the French language in he latest edition of the Le Robert online dictionary.

Jean-Michel Blanquer, the Minister of Education, tweeted:

“Inclusive writing is not the future of the French language.”

“Hence, even though our students are consolidating their fundamental knowledge, they cannot have this as a reference.”

The Le Robert dictionary added the “iel” which is a combination of the masculine “il” and the feminine “elle” in French.

According to the dictionary, it is a “personal subject pronoun of the third person singular and plural, used to refer to a person regardless of gender.”

French politician Francois Jolivet blasted the pronouns in a letter to the French Academy.

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