- 性差を表した（後出 gender は性別）
- 条例（後出 measures も同意）
- 称賛（後出 scorn は嘲笑）
Berkeley drops gendered words like 'manhole'
BERKELEY, California (AP) — There will be no manholes in Berkeley, California. City workers will drop into "maintenance holes" instead. Nothing will be manmade in the liberal city, but "human-made."
Berkeley leaders voted unanimously to replace about 40 gender-specific words in the city code with gender-neutral terms — in an effort to be more inclusive that's drawing both praise and scorn.
That means "manpower" will become "human effort" or "workforce," while masculine and feminine pronouns like "she," "her," "he" and "him" will be replaced by "they" and "them," according to the measures approved on July 16 by the City Council.