Gender inclusive language

In German, there is always a female version of a noun. That creates the impression of talking about male people when we keep using the generic masculine nouns. That is why I have started using female and male versions of nouns a couple of years ago.
Meanwhile even in my private spoken conversation I have adopted a gender inclusive language.


By saying the noun_then having a short break_and then adding the female „in“-sound which indicates the female genus in German. The short break between the male and the female nouns indicates all other genders: inter gender, trans gender, third gender and all other ways of gender on the spectrum.

How is it with you? Have you noticed how language has been changing towards more gender inclusive forms? If so, have you adapted your usage of language in such a way?

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