Microsoft Unveils New Push Toward ‘Gender-Inclusive’ Language

Through the use of its artificial intelligence-driven “Ideas” feature, Microsoft unveiled an upcoming fall version of its cloud-based Microsoft Word Online program that will make suggestions for users to revise any language not deemed “inclusive” or “gender-neutral.”

In a recent company blog post, under the heading “Better Word Documents,” Microsoft dedicates a small paragraph to highlight this new change: “Other intelligent suggestions include . . . advice on more concise and inclusive language such as ‘police officer’ instead of ‘policeman.’”

On the surface, this change might seem innocent, but Christians need to appreciate that the desire of many is to obliterate all distinctions between the two biological sexes.

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