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How different languages are accommodating non-binary people

In a world where over a third of all languages use gender-specific grammar, non-binary people are looking for innovative solutions.

00:09 - Being gender-neutral in English
00:17 - The problem posed by grammatical gender
00:43 - Innovative solutions

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