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State Department offers counseling to staff it misgendered

20 May 2023

4:21 AM

20 May 2023

4:21 AM

The State Department sent an all-staff email Friday apologizing for misgendering people with its new pronoun system and offered counseling to parties who may have been offended by the systems error.

The Spectator is exclusively publishing a copy of the email:

The Washington Free Beacon first reported that the State Department’s plan to allow employees to add pronouns to their emails backfired spectacularly.

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