France Bans Gender-Neutral Language in Schools, Citing ‘Harm’ to Learning

France has banned the use of gender-neutral language in schools, citing “harm” to the learning of the French language. In a decree sent to schools across France, the country’s education ministry aimed to end the use of midpoints that designate both masculine and feminine endings to words. As the Telegraph reported, in the French language, nouns reflect the gender of the object they are referring to and the masculine ending is usually dominant.

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