Oxford University is encouraging students to use the gender-neutral pronoun ‘ze’ instead of ‘she and ‘he’. The students’ union wrote in a leaflet that the move was intended to reduce the risk of transgender students being offended. Students hope that the use of ‘ze’ will continue into university lectures and seminars, reported The Sunday Times. According to

Oxford University’s behaviour code, using the wrong pronoun to define a transgender person is an offence. Peter Tatchell, an LGBT rights campaigner, told MailOnline: ‘It is a positive thing to not always emphasise gender divisions and barriers.  ‘It is good to have gender-neutral pronouns for those who want them but it shouldn’t be compulsory. READ MORE