gender – Gender neutrality for languages with grammatical gender
Many languages — like German or French — use masculine and feminine grammatical genders. There are many ideas how to promote gender neutrality in those languages. The gender package uses alternately masculine and feminine forms. It is also possible to use just one form out of a template.
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