No more "gender" pronouns. Ironically, that is a proper use of gender. It is a grammar term. It does not really apply to persons, and is not a synonym for "sex," although arguably that improper use of the word is probably commonly accepted enough now to have successfully changed the English language. https://californiafamily.org/2019/c...dered-pronouns-but-fails-to-follow-new-rules/ California Senate Judiciary Committee Chair, Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, announced new committee rules last week to eliminate gendered pronouns from committee communication. No longer are members supposed to use pronouns, like “he/him,” or “she, her.” Instead members are supposed to break English grammar rules by using “them/they” to refer to individuals, even for people who identify as man or woman. Jackson said the change reflects the fact that California now recognizes a non-binary designation on birth certificates and driver’s licenses for those not wanting to identity as male or female. The chairman, er chairwoman, uh, I mean chairperson, announces the new rule and immediately breaks it unintentionally. Ironically, she recognizes that this is bad grammar. "My grammar teacher is long gone, and I won't be hearing from HER . . ." she is immediately corrected by others . . . They! She is a they! So you have to address the chair as "they" How do persons like this get elected? They are announcing rules to follow that require a rejection of objective reality.