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  • Maybe being ambiguous is the answer, don't use masculine or feminine pronouns at all, just refer to God as God, the Creator, the Almighty, etc.  I think less bias in writing makes for better writing... let the audience/reader decide...
  • Started by Cheryl Giles
    Last reply by Kathie Bondar
    In writing for preschoolers would you use a masculine or feminine pronoun for God when referring to  him/her as Creator?
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  • ...lving a distinct and unique history...  I've always thought of this as, in a way, a kind of Wizard of Oz tale, intrepid female protagonist, with masculine sidekicks who represent heart...

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  • ...bout stalking her, for years, doing his best, literally, to be obnoxious. This, to a seventy or eighty-year-old woman. Cate's also right that a masculine pen name will gain someone mo...
  • ...s and allows you to create something new -- on the page and in your life. I have no doubt that YOU WILL DO IT! Thanks for bringing your awakened masculine energy to this site and to th...
  • ...d, too.  However, both genders (and their teacher) would accept more "masculine" stories. It surprised me to...- and made me realize how subtle and pervasive our attitudes towards "masculine" and "feminine" really are.  ...