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What about that moves us forward? Then combining those feelings. Then putting them in a nice, digestible word-a-day format.

Almost like going back to proto-Indo-European, making the world and language smaller and more connected. Highlighting how people still use these pejoratively gendered words. And are there any you have found yourself using in the past?

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