Princeton HR Bans Use of the Word “Man” – It’s Offensive
The Princeton University Human Resources department has banned the word “man” from its offices.
It might be offensive.
The campus released a list of alternatives to the word “man” in a recent memo.
This is the type of fascist garbage they are teaching children today at US universities.
The College Fix reported:
The Princeton University HR department has largely wiped the word “man” from its vocabulary.
The relatively new policy in effect at the Ivy League institution spells out the directive in a four-page memo that aims to make the department more gender inclusive.
Instead of using “man,” employees are told to use words such as human beings, individuals or people.
Other guidelines? Instead of “man and wife” use spouses or partners. Switch out “man made” with artificial, handmade or manufactured. Don’t use the verb “to man,” as in to work something, instead use to operate or to staff. Throw out workmanlike and replace it with skillful.
The memo goes on to list a variety of occupations that typically include the word “man” in them and offers replacements: business person instead of businessman, firefighter instead of fireman, ancestors instead of forefathers, and so on.