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Inclusive Language in Documentation Examples #32582

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cassidycodes commented Apr 15, 2018

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I'd like to propose a couple of changes documentation to make it more inclusive of trans and non-binary individuals. I have changed examples that previously used a user's gender to use attributes like favorite_color or subscribed_to_newsletter instead.

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The Rails Code of Conduct advises to use "welcoming and inclusive language" and this PR helps the documentation continue to evolve to be in line with the Code of Conduct.

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rails-bot commented Apr 15, 2018

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@rafaelfranca rafaelfranca merged commit 5003d59 into rails:master Apr 17, 2018

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