Inclusive Language in Documentation Examples #32582
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
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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