This word has been marked as "ambiguous", which means that the original word has several options for replacements. The system can't tell which to choose, because it doesn't know context, which makes these ambiguous replacements often wrong.
An example of an ambiguous word is "her" being replaced either with "him" or "his" depending on context. Since the system has no understanding of context, the substitution may be wrong.
Get some insight about the neutrality of online pages by typing a valid URL below, and the system will show it to you with binary gender terms switched around:
But actually... Gender isn't binary.
There are more than two genders, and gender neutral pronouns are entirely valid. This exercise is meant to flip on its head gendered language specifically, and not to undermine those that exist beyond the binary.
And... Text depends on context.
This tool should be a conversation starter. Not a discussion-ending hammer. Context matters.
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