Tag: inclusiveness

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4 June 2022
New records and Olympic ambitions: from Petrillo to Thomas, the 'inclusive' sport that excludes women
The incredible injustice of male bodies in women's sports continues despite the silence of the media. But voices of female athletes forced to compete with male opponents are growing
'Valentina' born Fabrizio: new Italian record and convocation to World Para Athletics By now, the victories in the women's category of 'Valentina' born Fabrizio Petrillo hardly make the headlines anymore. Petrillo, a man who identifies himself as a woman, already held the national record in several categories of women's running last year. Recent sporting chronicles report further improvements in his own records. Petrillo took part in the first round of the Fidal Regional Societaries in Forli (14-15 May 2022), where she recorded a new record [...].
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31 March 2021
Australian government bans 'fluid' neo-language
"People who menstruate. I'm sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?". JK Rowling The Australian Senate has passed a motion preventing the federal government from using "gender-inclusive" language in any text. One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts moved the motion in the Senate and it passed 33 to 31. "Our biology and fundamental relationships are represented through the following definitions: [...]
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