Students told to use 'gender-sensitive' languageThe Telegraph.
According to documents obtained by the Sunday Times, students are told to "be aware of the powerful and symbolic nature of language and use gender-sensitive formulations. Failure to use gender-sensitive language will impact your mark."
The document, which was released following a Freedom of Information request, was part of a course on religious activism being taught at the university. Academics criticised the move, calling it “linguistic policing”, while the university said in a statement that the document "makes no demands, bans nothing and carries no sanctions”.
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