In its flight to Woke Town, the Federal Aviation Administration is looking to go “gender-free” with the terms it employs.
It’s all about “inclusivity,” which means descriptors like “cockpit” are being grounded.
According to The Federalist:
In its newest report, the appropriately named FAA Drone Advisory Committee says that to become “an industry that is respectful, welcoming, and brings value to the receiver,” the transportation agency should consider evolving its language to become more inclusive for its employees.
Now, instead of using words such as “cockpit,” “unmanned aviation” and “man-made,” the 17-person committee would prefer the terminology be limited to “flight deck,” “uncrewed aviation” and “machine-made.” The report also recommends that in place of using pronouns synonymous with someone’s sex, the agency completely do-away with “his or her,” which is “unnecessarily wordy and enforces a gender binary,” to solely use “they, them, their, or theirs.”
The committee has high hopes for the Woke changes. Not only will they make “workers feel safe sharing their views” but the politically correct terminology will prevent male workers from using certain phrases “to undermine femme co-workers.”
They, them or whoever came up with the “gender-free” directives prove, once again, the Biden administration is full of drones.
Read more at The Federalist.