A Browser Extension That Flips Gender

1950s-housewife-223x300Danielle Sucher’s Jailbreak the Patriarchy is a Chrome extension that substitutes the word “women” for “men” and “he” for “she” and so on within all text. The results are thought provoking — toggle between a patriarchal and matriarchal online world with the click of a button:

Jailbreak the Patriarchy genderswaps the world for you. When it’s installed, everything you read in Chrome (except for gmail, so far) loads with pronouns and a reasonably thorough set of other gendered words swapped. For example: “he loved his mother very much” would read as “she loved her father very much”, “the patriarchy also hurts men” would read as “the matriarchy also hurts women”, that sort of thing.

This makes reading stuff on the internet a pretty fascinating and eye-opening experience, I must say. What would the world be like if we reversed the way we speak about women and men? Well, now you can find out!

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  • http://american-warlock.blogspot.com/ Wade Alan Long

    Hilarious! So now it’s the MALE teachers who molest their students and don’t go to prison!

    Oh the humanity!

    • Jin The Ninja

      here it comes: the reverse sexists and those that deny oppression of women exist. bring it on i suppose i am feeling particularly feminist and feisty this morning.

      • E.B. Wolf

        OK. Yes, there are places in the world where women are oppressed, but in most of the western world it is men as a whole who are legally and culturally discriminated against.
        One could argue that this discrimination is just (a twisted argument, but one that could be made) but to deny it exists requires burying one’s head deep into the sand.

        • Andrew

          Jesus Motherfucking Christ, are we going to start arguing about who’s oppressed as if that means others aren’t?  Western culture oppresses both women and men in different ways.

          • E.B. Wolf

            You don’t have to if you don’t want to.

          • Andrew

            I don’t want anyone else to either.

          • E.B. Wolf

            Not your call.

        • Jin The Ninja

          “men as a whole are legally and culturally discriminated against”

          i find this quite problematic. in what ways? who studies this supposed phenomenon? and how does patriarchy, given it’s dominance as a political form specifically in a western context, continue to oppress men as a visible and marginalised social group?

          • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

            I’ll try taking a stab at it.

            Its works out in very strange ways, but it works along the lines that the fabric of society has broken down in a manner that human contact is dramatically reduced and the general understanding of “what am i to do next” is gone. This effects both women and men.

            However, there is significant amount of support for women currently throughout society(especially in colleges). You might notice that many ‘anti feminist pigs’ coming out of the woodwork, are young males (and the occasional anti-feminist female). This is because the societal changes in favor for women have been around for the entire lives of these youths. Of course in the 30+ age groups, men still have the upper hand, but some men are worried about the future. In very different ways, matriarchy  would be just as bad as the patriarchy we’re all used to.

            I’m not terribly worried though, to get real balance the pendulum might have to swing that way for a little bit for people to understand what the hell i’m talking about

          • E.B. Wolf

            Family courts and law are severely biased against men. In custody cases, all the woman has to do is accuse a man of DV or even that she is fearful that he might do something for the man to be stripped of visitation, thrown out of his home, and be considered guilty until proven innocent. No evidence is necessary.

            Wade Long’s example of the double standard that exists in statutory rape cases is the tip of the iceberg. Men across the board receive much stiffer legal penalties than women for the exact same crime.

            Universities have become so saturated with feminist propaganda (try googling rape culture) that it has become a hostile environment for males. The recent push to revise the burden of proof in sexual harassment cases, Title IX, etc. Then there’s the Hofstra and Duke false rape cases where the media couldn’t wait to crucify the accused.

            Other cultural biases that are not necessarily engineered by feminist interests but exist just the same include the vast disparity in health funding between diseases that affect primarily women versus those that largely afflict men. Breast cancer research funding outpaces Prostate cancer research by a 7-1 margin. And of course the constant media bashing of men that has become so commonplace by those incuding the likes of Bill Bennet, Kay Hymowitz, Hanna Rosin, etc. You could include the fact that violence against men by women is just SO FUNNY http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=muuFygvXPAM
            I wonder what would happen if a male media figure joked about female genital mutilation in the third world?

          • Monkey See Monkey Do

            The more we seperate people and put them into categories like Race, Class & Gender, the more conflict there will be.

            We need to start seeing people as people, but remain vigilant of the prejudices passed down to us from past generations.

          • E.B. Wolf

            Nice thought but I don’t see it happening. It’s too easy to sow division and there is far too much to gain from those who are able to encourage and manipulate the divisions.

          • WhileSleeping

            Two words… Mary Winkler. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Winkler

          • Hasmat

            Hey, Wolf, we’d love to have you over to mgtowforums.com
            You’ll fit right in. No need to waste rational discourse here.

            Hasmat

          • E.B. Wolf

            Thanks for the invite, but I never consider rational discourse wasted. I like having people challenge my positions with reasoned, evidence-based ideas of their own. After all, what’s the point of posting arguments where everyone agrees? I can have that debate in front of my bathroom mirror.

          • uJonesing

            I like what you did here- the shame language and logical fallacy that you proposed with “how does patriarchy, given it’s dominance as a political form specifically in a western context, continue to oppress men as a visible and marginalised social group?”.

            It attempts to elicit only two possible rebuttals, both of which could then be turned around to “confirm” that either A) Patriarchy is oppressive, or B) Men are not oppressed. But I’ll take your bait, you clever little troll, you!

            Patriarchy doesn’t oppress men, because Patriarchy no longer exists. Matriarchy, of which the Old Girl’s Club (Feminism) is apart of, does. Fortunately for you, I’m an egalitarian- I love Feminists. I remember once having an argument with a Feminist about marriage. She went on and on about how marriage is slavery for women and how men shouldn’t force women in to marriage. When I agreed with her, but stated that the reason I haven’t, don’t want, and never will get married or live in CoHab with a woman because I don’t like the idea of everything I earn out of my own sweat and blood being handed over to someone else, she proceeded to rail about the virtues of marriage, and how men “need” a wife… and then a few minutes later began making assumptions about my sexual orientation.

            So honestly, Jin? I /don’t/ want you to believe there’s oppression against men, because the more nearsighted Feminists are to it, the more comfortable women feel expressing misandry. And that provides for a good show. What’s the expression? “Girls are stupid, throw rocks at them?” No, that’s not it…

      • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

        its not about reverse sexism; Wade is pointing out the utter stupidity of this… This kinda stuff does not help feminism, it just makes more fodder

        • Jin The Ninja

          i think it could be read either way. although i agree that the entire idea of a gender reversing browser app in no way promotes a wide/genera; acceptance of feminism…

        • http://american-warlock.blogspot.com/ Wade Alan Long

          The point I was making is that, while women universally claim to be brutally oppressed in America, they actually receive a MUCH greater leeway for crime and indiscretion than men do. If I read the daily news with this browser, not only would male child molesters suddenly start going free the way women do, but other female sex offenses would suddenly be shown for their imbalance, such as the drunken woman who sexually assaulted a male flight attendant and didn’t spend a single minute in prison the way a man would.

          Women in the US have ridiculous amounts of social privilege, such as not being forced to sign up for mandatory military service, as well as having special women-only scholarships, women-only business grants, women-only government contracts, hiring preferences, gyms and so on. Yet for some reason, American women are constantly screeching for “equal rights”.

          Even though, in practical terms, they’d have to give up a great deal of social leverage to be equal to men.

      • uJonesing

        here it comes: the reverse sexists and those that deny oppression of men exist. bring it on i suppose i am feeling particularly masculist and feisty this morning.

        • Jin The Ninja

          oh shit, you’re so clever- where on earth did you learn to be so quick witted?

          • uJonesing

            Thanks!

          • Jin The Ninja

            interesting and demonstrative of your character that you interpreted that as a compliment.

          • uJonesing

            I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

          • Jin The Ninja

            In what way did i emasculate or belittle you according to your gender? I’m a dude btw, so your argument is pedantic and juvenile;

            And YOU initially replied to MY comment, which in no way utilised abusive language. So your transparent straw men and misdirections are not going to work here. In fact, it was you who chose to pantomime my initial comment to ANOTHER poster, and in doing so collapsed any possiblility of civil discussion. I

            And i still owe you a reply to your anti intellectual and ridiculous characterisation of feminism taken from a personal ‘anecdote’. Don’t worry, i am writing it as we speak:).

          • uJonesing

            I’m not interested in your gender, Jin. Gender can’t be used to validate (or invalidate) the argument of another, thus it lends no authority to your characterization that “I’m a dude btw, so [you are wrong].” makes no logical sense.

            Second, I suggest you look up the definition of what a “straw man” is. Straw man arguments are very explicit: one has to disregard the position of the opponent, then present an argument that is only superficially similar, and then attack the superficially similar argument as if it was held by the opponent. What I presented was the exact same position you presented, albeit with pronouns switched for gender. At no point did I claim that masculism was your position, nor did I make any attempt to discredit masculism- so there’s two key components of a straw man argument which are missing, thus invalidating your view that I created a “straw man” argument. Furthermore, at no point was I ‘pantomiming’ my substitutive statement to a third party regardless of how you misinterpreted my intent.

            Thirdly, I don’t understand why you seem so hostile towards me. All I did- quite literally- was swap out female pronouns for male pronouns and re-pasted your own statement with the substitutive pronouns. In the world of psychology, this is known as ‘reflective argumentation’ or ‘reflective statement’ or ‘mirroring’. If the statement upset you to such an extent, I question that perhaps you’re actually upset with either the /positioning/ of the statement. It’s also possible that you feel embarrassed by my mirroring of your argument, which is understandable- and for which I apologize; know that wasn’t my intent. Rather, I simply wished to quietly highlight the inherent sexism within statements such as ours. This seems to have failed as you’ve shown yet another example of your inherent sexist (previously highlighted, your statement that you are male and therefore my argument is “pedantic and juvenile”).

            Lastly, I would highlight that at no point have any of my arguments actually attempted to define you or label you in a serious manner. You, on the other hand, have taken every opportunity to ignore my arguments, question my character, question my intelligence, and question my maturity. I will admit that you have me there- as I stated before, I choose to see the best in everyone, even Feminists, so I’m unwilling to stoop to such tactics just to “win” an internet debate and gain some kind of virtual social status. Should that mean that you “win” by default, then so be it. At the end of the day, several years from now, I’ll still be secure in who I am as a person… and you will be secure in the knowledge that you “won” some debate with some person on some website over some issue way back when.

          • Jin The Ninja

            Every one of your responses lacks substance regarding the original content of my statement. You seem to think we are in an argument of some sort, but the truth is, you are the one trolling on this site awaiting the opportunity to play both false martyr and pseudo-intellectual defender to a system that is fundamentally (and inherently) unequal in terms of gender, race, class and a host of other divisive social catagorisations. You assert yourself as ‘egalitarian’ but your misdirections and accusations demonstrate a feeble mind unwilling to discuss. You neither have offended nor affected me. Rather, I am highly amused by your entire position, untenable as it may be.

          • Ms. Moto

            uJonesing wins.

          • Jin The Ninja

            Thanks Mrs. Jonesing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wadelong Wade Long

    Hilarious! So now it’s the MALE teachers who molest their students and don’t go to prison!

    Oh the humanity!

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    here it comes: the reverse sexists and those that deny oppression of women exist. bring it on i suppose i am feeling particularly feminist and feisty this morning.

  • E.B. Wolf

    OK. Yes, there are places in the world where women are oppressed, but in most of the western world it is men as a whole who are legally discriminated against.
    One could argue that this discrimination is just (a twisted argument, but one that could be made) but to deny it exists requires burying one’s head deep into the sand. 

  • Andrew

    Jesus Motherfucking Christ, are we going to start arguing about who’s oppressed as if that means others aren’t?  Western culture oppresses both women and men in different ways.

  • Redacted

    Finally! The Dictatorship of the penis ends!

    • http://american-warlock.blogspot.com/ Wade Alan Long

      I used that new browser and you just made disparaging remarks about the pusstatorship of the vagina.

      See how silly your stupidass sexism looks now?

      • Redacted

        umadbrah

  • Anonymous

    Finally! The Dictatorship of the penis ends!

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    “men as a whole are legally and culturally discriminated against”

    utterly ridiculous. in what ways? who studies this supposed phenomenon? and how does patriarchy, given it’s dominance as a political form specifically in a western context, continue to oppress men as a visible and marginalised social group?

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    its not about reverse sexism; Wade is pointing out the utter stupidity of this… This kinda stuff does not help feminism, it just makes more fodder

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    i think it could be read either way. although i agree that the entire idea of a gender reversing browser app in no way promotes a wide/genera; acceptance of feminism…

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    i think it could be read either way. although i agree that the entire idea of a gender reversing browser app in no way promotes a wide/genera; acceptance of feminism…

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    I’ll try taking a stab at it.

    Its works out in very strange ways, but it works along the lines that the fabric of society has broken down in a manner that human contact is dramatically reduced and the general understanding of “what am i to do next” is gone. This effects both women and men.

    However, there is significant amount of support for women currently throughout society(especially in colleges). You might notice that many ‘anti feminist pigs’ coming out of the woodwork, are young males (and the occasional anti-feminist female). This is because the societal changes in favor for women have been around for the entire lives of these youths. Of course in the 30+ age groups, men still have the upper hand, but some men are worried about the future. In very different ways, matriarchy  would be just as bad as the patriarchy we’re all used to.

    I’m not terribly worried though, to get real balance the pendulum might have to swing that way for a little bit for people to understand what the hell i’m talking about

  • E.B. Wolf

    Family courts and law are severely biased against men. In custody cases, all the woman has to do is accuse a man of DV or even that she is fearful that he might do something for the man to be stripped of visitation, thrown out of his home, and be considered guilty until proven innocent. No evidence is necessary.

    Wade Long’s example of the double standard that exists in statutory rape cases is the tip of the iceberg. Men across the board receive much stiffer legal penalties than women for the exact same crime.

    Universities have become so saturated with feminist propaganda (try googling rape culture) that it has become a hostile environment for males. The recent push to revise the burden of proof in sexual harassment cases, Title IX, etc. Then there’s the Hofstra and Duke false rape cases where the media oulodn’t wait to crucify the accused.

    Other cultural biases that are not necessarily engineered by feminist interests but exist just the same include the vast disparity in health funding between diseases that affect primarily women versus those that largely afflict men. Breast cancer research funding outpaces Prostate cancer research by a 7-1 margin. And of course the constant media bashing of men that has become so commonplace by those incuding the likes of Bill Bennet, Kay Hymowitz, Hanna Rosin, etc. You could include the fact that violence against men by women is just SO FUNNY http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=muuFygvXPAM
    I wonder what would happen if a male media figure joked about female genital mutilation in the third world?

  • E.B. Wolf

    You don’t have to if you don’t want to.

  • Andrew

    I don’t want anyone else to either.

  • Monkey See Monkey Do

    The more we seperate people and put them into categories like Race, Class & Gender, the more conflict there will be.

    We need to start seeing people as people, but remain vigilant of the prejudices passed down to us from past generations.

  • WhileSleeping

    Two words… Mary Winkler. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Winkler

  • http://twitter.com/jasonpaulhayes jasonpaulhayes

    Gender Bender?

  • jasonpaulhayes

    Gender Bender?

  • http://www.facebook.com/wadelong Wade Long

    I used that new browser and you just made disparaging remarks about the pusstatorship of the vagina.

    See how silly your stupidass sexism looks now?

  • Anonymous

    umadbrah

  • http://www.facebook.com/wadelong Wade Long

    The point I was making is that, while women universally claim to be brutally oppressed in America, they actually receive a MUCH greater leeway for crime and indiscretion than men do. If I read the daily news with this browser, not only would male child molesters suddenly start going free the way women do, but other female sex offenses would suddenly be shown for their imbalance, such as the drunken woman who sexually assaulted a male flight attendant and didn’t spend a single minute in prison the way a man would.

    Women in the US have ridiculous amounts of social privilege, such as not being forced to sign up for mandatory military service, as well as having special women-only scholarships, women-only business grants, women-only government contracts, hiring preferences, gyms and so on. Yet for some reason, American women are constantly screeching for “equal rights”.

    Even though, in practical terms, they’d have to give up a great deal of social leverage to be equal to men.

  • E.B. Wolf

    Not your call.

  • E.B. Wolf

    Nice thought but I don’t see it happening.It’s too easy to sow division a there is far too much to gain from those who are able to encourage and manipulate the divisions. 

  • Pat Smith

    I was a youth worker, who worked in a group home with 4 teenage girls. They’re all drama queens, entitled, spoiled, catty, disrespectful. One of them assaulted other staff members three times, and she’s still there, and hasn’t been charged. One chased after the other to attack her, and she still hasn’t been removed. I suspect that because they’re girls, they’re given much more leeway and sympathy, than if they were boys. Even their social workers enable the hell out of them, accommodating them as much as possible, and telling us group home workers that we can’t say “no” to them, because they’re “fragile”. But hey, there’s nothing sexist about that at all.

  • Pat Smith

    I was a youth worker, who worked in a group home with 4 teenage girls. They’re all drama queens, entitled, spoiled, catty, disrespectful. One of them assaulted other staff members three times, and she’s still there, and hasn’t been charged. One chased after the other to attack her, and she still hasn’t been removed. I suspect that because they’re girls, they’re given much more leeway and sympathy, than if they were boys. Even their social workers enable the hell out of them, accommodating them as much as possible, and telling us group home workers that we can’t say “no” to them, because they’re “fragile”. But hey, there’s nothing sexist about that at all.

    • Blahblah

      And well all know that the plural of “anecdote” is “data.” 

  • Blahblah

    And well all know that the plural of “anecdote” is “data.” 

  • Anonymous

    here it comes: the reverse sexists and those that deny oppression of men exist. bring it on i suppose i am feeling particularly masculist and feisty this morning.

  • Anonymous

    I like what you did here- the shame language and logical fallacy that you proposed with “how does patriarchy, given it’s dominance as a political form specifically in a western context, continue to oppress men as a visible and marginalised social group?”.

    It attempts to elicit only two possible rebuttals, both of which could then be turned around to “confirm” that either A) Patriarchy is oppressive, or B) Men are not oppressed. But I’ll take your bait, you clever little troll, you!

    Patriarchy doesn’t oppress men, because Patriarchy no longer exists. Matriarchy, of which the Old Girl’s Club (Feminism) is apart of, does. Fortunately for you, I’m an egalitarian- I love Feminists. I remember once having an argument with a Feminist about marriage. She went on and on about how marriage is slavery for women and how men shouldn’t force women in to marriage. When I agreed with her, but stated that the reason I haven’t, don’t want, and never will get married or live in CoHab with a woman because I don’t like the idea of everything I earn out of my own sweat and blood being handed over to someone else, she proceeded to rail about the virtues of marriage, and how men “need” a wife… and then a few minutes later began making assumptions about my sexual orientation.

    So honestly, Jin? I /don’t/ want you to believe there’s oppression against men, because the more nearsighted Feminists are to it, the more comfortable women feel expressing misandry. And that provides for a good show. What’s the expression? “Girls are stupid, throw rocks at them?” No, that’s not it…

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    oh shit, you’re so clever- where on earth did you learn to be so quick witted?

  • Anonymous

    Thanks!

  • Hasmat

    Hey, Wolf, we’d love to have you over to mgtowforums.com
    You’ll fit right in. No need to waste rational discourse here.

    Hasmat

  • DeepCough

    Seriously, Feministas, you’re not “Jailbreaking the Patriarchy” with this useless software insofar as you are patronizing (irony intended) yourselves with a matriculative illusion.

  • DeepCough

    Seriously, Feministas, you’re not “Jailbreaking the Patriarchy” with this useless software insofar as you are patronizing (irony intended) yourselves with a matriculative illusion.

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    interesting and demonstrative of your character that you interpreted that as a compliment.

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Anonymous

    I agree. It shows that I choose to see the good in people, and reply kindly, even when they attempt to psychologically abuse me with sarcastic and belittling comments all because of my gender. :)

  • Jin Onikoroshi

    In what way did i emasculate or belittle you according to your gender? I’m a dude btw, so your argument is pedantic and juvenile;)

  • Anonymous

    I’m not interested in your gender, Jin. Gender can’t be used to validate (or invalidate) the argument of another, thus it lends no authority to your characterization that “I’m a dude btw, so [you are wrong].” makes no logical sense.

    Second, I suggest you look up the definition of what a “straw man” is. Straw man arguments are very explicit: one has to disregard the position of the opponent, then present an argument that is only superficially similar, and then attack the superficially similar argument as if it was held by the opponent. What I presented was the exact same position you presented, albeit with pronouns switched for gender. At no point did I claim that masculism was your position, nor did I make any attempt to discredit masculism- so there’s two key components of a straw man argument which are missing, thus invalidating your view that I created a “straw man” argument. Furthermore, at no point was I ‘pantomiming’ my substitutive statement to a third party regardless of how you misinterpreted my intent.

    Thirdly, I don’t understand why you seem so hostile towards me. All I did- quite literally- was swap out female pronouns for male pronouns and re-pasted your own statement with the substitutive pronouns. In the world of psychology, this is known as ‘reflective argumentation’ or ‘reflective statement’ or ‘mirroring’. If the statement upset you to such an extent, I question that perhaps you’re actually upset with either the /positioning/ of the statement. It’s also possible that you feel embarrassed by my mirroring of your argument, which is understandable- and for which I apologize; know that wasn’t my intent. Rather, I simply wished to quietly highlight the inherent sexism within statements such as ours. This seems to have failed as you’ve shown yet another example of your inherent sexist (previously highlighted, your statement that you are male and therefore my argument is “pedantic and juvenile”).

    Lastly, I would highlight that at no point have any of my arguments actually attempted to define you or label you in a serious manner. You, on the other hand, have taken every opportunity to ignore my arguments, question my character, question my intelligence, and question my maturity. I will admit that you have me there- as I stated before, I choose to see the best in everyone, even Feminists, so I’m unwilling to stoop to such tactics just to “win” an internet debate and gain some kind of virtual social status. Should that mean that you “win” by default, then so be it. At the end of the day, several years from now, I’ll still be secure in who I am as a person… and you will be secure in the knowledge that you “won” some debate with some person on some website over some issue way back when.

  • Jin (仁)

    Every one of your response lacks substance regarding the original content of my statement. You seem to think we are in an argument of some sort, but the truth is, you are the one trolling on this site awaiting the opportunity to play both false martyr and pseudo-intellectual defender to a system that is fundamentally (and inherently) unequal in terms of gender, race, class and a host of other divisive social catagorisations. You assert yourself as ‘egalitarian’ but your misdirections and accusations demonstrate a feeble mind unwilling to discuss. You neither have offended nor affected me. Rather, I am highly amused by your entire position, untenable as it may be.

  • E.B. Wolf

    Thanks for the invite, but I never consider rational discourse wasted. I like having people challenge my positions with reasoned, evidence-based ideas of their own. After all, what’s the point of posting arguments where everyone agrees? I can have that debate in front of my bathroom mirror.

  • Ms. Moto

    uJonesing wins.

  • Jin (仁)

    Thanks Mrs. Jonesing.

  • Jin (仁)

    Thanks Mrs. Jonesing.

  • Jin (仁)

    Thanks Mrs. Jonesing.

  • Shell0nm

    Once I reworked an operating instruction at my job in the federal government and substituted all the he’s for she’s.  One male supervisor thought it was fine, the others got all bent out of shape. 

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