Grammatical note about gender

The UEEH wonder about the standard-setting mechanisms and question our relationship to the rules, norms, structures, etc … The concept of gender, central to the UEEH, is reflected in our language usage.

Grammar is one of those conventions that govern our world view, it is why we offer in French an ungendered reading of this website: we use a capital E to indicate the feminine generic. This attempt to ungender our grammar is very difficult to translate into english. If any english speaker knows anything about how we could transpose it to english, please contact us.

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