It gets worse and worse. <ugh>
I spotted this article in the daily news cycle a couple of weeks ago.
Bindi Irwin reveals 10-year battle with endometriosis on International Women’s Day
The story contains this surreal phrase:
"Anyone with a uterus who is of reproductive age can suffer from the disease ..."
Gee! -- help me out here.
"Anyone with a uterus who is of reproductive age ..." --- let's see, not too long ago didn't we used to call those persons: young women?
Words fail me.
The same nonsense infests the news media here in South America. I was recently reading a story that referenced a "person of the feminine gender."
The last time I checked a "person of the feminine gender" is a woman.
So why not just say woman? Why is that so hard? Why is that forbidden?
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