A 'singer' becomes a 'singer', a 'sister' is a 'nurse Industry Email List and a 'fireman' or 'firewoman' is made gender neutral by writing 'firefighter'. It may be a while before we read these terms back on the NOS and RTL Nieuws websites, all the more wonderful that you Industry Email List can now be the pioneer in inclusive language use. Including Pay attention to the different sexual orientations to implement a more inclusive writing style. We change 'Buy this for your friend' Industry Email List to 'Buy this for your partner'. And the use of different pronouns has become increasingly important in recent years, such as 'those' or 'them'.
Journalist Madeleijn van den Nieuwenhuizen described Industry Email List this inclusive writing style around sexuality in a blog on One World as: Inclusion is Industry Email List not just sprinkling rainbow emojis on your social media accounts during Pride, but also leaving room for non-heterosexual relationships the rest of the year in the sex positions you describe or the dating advice you Industry Email List give. It is tempting to appeal to the largest group for clicks. But if that means always excluding a smaller minority, that's harmful.
Diversity: the new normal A pillar we can no longer Industry Email List ignore: diversity . A pillar that has painfully shown in recent years that we still use many words from a colonialist slavery past in the Dutch language. In the meantime, the word 'white' has Industry Email List already been deleted by many media, including the NOS and RTL Nieuws. Nowadays we Industry Email List write 'white' and 'black' in an inclusive text. 'Blank' has a positive connotation, because it was used as 'colorless', 'pure' and 'pure'. While 'white' is much more neutral. But besides this change, there are more examples.