Durham, We Have a Problem: A Failed Quest for “Bias-Free Language.”

July 30, 2015

By James Taranto at The Wall Street Journal

“Language has been described as complicated, intriguing and beautiful.” So opens the University of New Hampshire’s “Bias-Free Language Guide,” whose unstated purpose is to make language a lot more complicated and less beautiful. “We offer this guide as a way to promote discussion and to facilitate creative and accurate expression,” the authors assert. “This guide is not a means to censor but rather to create dialogues of inclusion where all of us feel comfortable and welcomed...

Schools: University of New Hampshire