NIH Guide Warns Against describing pronouns as ‘chosen,’ pushes slew of 40 different options
According to the NIH document, intentionally using an incorrect pronoun could be ‘a violation of one’s civil rights’
An office within the National Institutes of Health published a guideline that outlines how professionals should use gendered pronouns to “affirm gender identity” for themselves and colleagues, warning that intentionally using the wrong pronouns is “equivalent to harassment.”
Fox News Digital reviewed the NIH Sexual & Gender Minority Research Office’s “Gender Pronouns & Their Use in Workplace Communications” guide, which provides more than 40 different pronoun examples, while also providing examples on how to avoid making pronoun “mistakes” in the workplace.
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