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Merriam-Webster Changes Definitions of ‘Male’ and ‘Female’ to Appease Transgenders

'Activists are engaged in a total perversion of the basic reality of what it is to be human, and major institutions are happy to go along...'

(Headline USA) The Merriam–Webster dictionary changed the definition of “male” and “female” in its latest edition to make room for transgenderism, the National Review reported.

The new definition of “female” includes a secondary definition that says the term can mean “having a gender identity that is the opposite of male.”

The new definition of “male” says the same thing, noting that it can mean “having a gender identity that is opposite of female.”

The word “girl” has also been changed to include a secondary definition as “a person whose gender identity is female.”

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Conservatives blasted the dictionary for endorsing unbiological, illogical circular reasoning.

Some noted that the bizarre capitulation to radical political correctness was previously the stuff of satire.

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This isn’t the first time the company has signaled its woke biases with respect to the LGBT movement.

It drew eyerolls from some, and breathless commendations from others, for adding a definition for the nonbinary pronoun “they” in 2019, flouting grammatical conventions, and then making the third-person plural nominative pronoun its “word of the year.”

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