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Non-gender-specific use of Pronouns in blogs & website content:

‘She’, ‘Her’, ‘Them’, and ‘Their’

While traditionally, a singular child is generally indicated by ‘He’, ‘Him’, and ‘His’, this book uses ‘She’ and ‘Her’ for the same purpose as perfectly acceptable alternatives for those words. Readers shall take them not only as an affectionate mention of a girl child, but also as a wider, non-gender-specific one, since we look forward to a more balanced society honouring gender equality.

In places, children in general have been mentioned in the book as ‘children’ or ‘kids’; with ‘them’ and ‘their’ used for indicating even a singular kid to avoid gender bias as per the modern trend.

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