Purdue University is instructing its students to use “non-sexist” language in their writing assignments by making sure they don’t include words that have “man” in them — such as “congressman” or “mailman.” An updated handout produced by the Indiana public research institution’s Online Writing Lab tells students to avoid “using language that is stereotypical or biased in any way.”  Purdue University is

instructing its students to use “non-sexist” language in their writing assignments by making sure they don’t include words that have “man” in them — such as “congressman” or “mailman.” An updated handout produced by the Indiana public research institution’s Online Writing Lab tells students to avoid “using language that is stereotypical or biased in any way.” READ MORE