Twitter launches inclusive'Arabic (feminine)'…
Social media giant Twitter has launched a new offering for those wanting it to address them in the Arabic feminine form. “Arabic (feminine)” was released on Tuesday to help boost inclusivity, Reuters reported. San Francisco-based Twitter claims such a setting has It is now selectable on the site and transforms current usage. While the Arabic language usually uses masculine grammar in cases. It is now selectable on the site and transforms current usage. of indeterminate gender, or when talking to groups containing different… → Continue reading
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