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Neither he nor she but “iel”: the inclusive pronoun makes France argue. Brigitte Macron criticizes Robert’s choice to adopt him

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PARIS – Not him, not her but “iel”, a fusion of “him” and “elle”, which respects those who do not identify with either of the two genders. After e inverted Italian called “schwa”, also used by the writer Michela Murgia to combat discrimination and gender differences but rejected by Crusca, the attempt at an inclusive language becomes the subject of controversy even in France.

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