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Should women be spelt womxn?
Should women be spelt womxn? "Dr Clara Bradbury-Rance...said the spelling "stems from a longstanding objection to the word woman as it comes from man, and the linguistic roots of the word mean that it really does come from the word man". but check this 1/n
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This makes me think that opposing our Woke overlords is a political error. Better to give them free rein β€” encourage them, even β€” since their incomprehensible, batshit bonkers nonsense will inevitably push people into the arms of the Conservative Party.
And now the word woman is in itself anti-woman.
The sorry state of humxnity. The word ''man'' is not toxic and feminism is about equality of people regardless of what their gender is. How will you address high suicide rate and depression among men if you are this stupid? #MentalHealthAwarenessDay
On the womxn silliness (and graceful full apology by ), if the objection comes from the etymology of β€˜woman’ being derived from β€˜man’, vagina is derived from the Latin for scabbard or sheath.
Should the BBC even be wasting their time, effort, and our licence fee discussing this? BBC News - Should women be spelt womxn?
man began to be used more in reference to "male human", and by the late 13th century had begun to eclipse usage of the older term wΔ“r'. (wikipedia) Yes, that's wer as in werewolf.
Should women be spelt womxn?