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Personally, I believe that language evolves with time, reflecting societal changes and needs. While I understand the reservations some may have, using "their" as a singular pronoun can be a practical solution to avoid gender bias in language. It's a reminder that language is a living entity, and its evolution is inevitable. Here is piece i have written on this topic


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