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It's been noted that a gender pronoun disparity on the order of 25:1 for male pronouns vs. female pronouns exists in the spec.

So I just swapped them all to female. We could change a couple back to male to maintain a token representation.

@@ -5551,7 +5551,7 @@ a.setAttribute('href', 'http://example.com/'); // change the content attribute d
use at the time (e.g. from the Julian calendar). The date of Nero's birth is the 15th of
December 37, in the Julian Calendar, which is the 13th of December 37 in the <span>proleptic
Gregorian calendar</span>.</li> <!-- This might not be true. I can't find a reference that gives
his birthday with an explicit statement about the calendar being used. However, it seems
her birthday with an explicit statement about the calendar being used. However, it seems

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This one is actually in reference to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nero

@@ -16096,13 +16096,13 @@ and is further discussed below.&lt;/div></pre>

<!-- ISBN 1-4050-0020-1; bottom of page 14 -->

<pre lang="en-GB">&lt;p>Dudley was ninety-two, in his second life, and fast approaching
time for another rejuvenation. Despite his body having the physical
<pre lang="en-GB">&lt;p>Dudley was ninety-two, in her second life, and fast approaching
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<div class="example">

<p>For example, in English this is traditionally done using square brackets. Consider a page with
the sentence "Fred ate the cracker. He then said he liked apples and fish."; it could be quoted
the sentence "Fred ate the cracker. She then said she liked apples and fish."; it could be quoted

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This is a Fred

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this one is fine, just change Fred to Jane. lgtm.

@@ -16338,7 +16338,7 @@ a friend lost to the

<p>This next example shows the use of <code>cite</code> alongside <code>blockquote</code>:</p>

<pre>&lt;p>His next piece was the aptly named &lt;cite>Sonnet 130&lt;/cite>:&lt;/p>

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@@ -18096,7 +18096,7 @@ resulting from the campaign's mismanagement.&lt;/p></pre>
<pre>&lt;p>The <strong>&lt;dfn>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr>&lt;/dfn></strong>
is a device that allows off-world teams to open the iris.&lt;/p>
&lt;!-- ... later in the document: -->
&lt;p>Teal'c activated his <strong>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr></strong>
&lt;p>Teal'c activated her <strong>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr></strong>

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@@ -18104,7 +18104,7 @@ and so Hammond ordered the iris to be opened.&lt;/p></pre>
<pre>&lt;p>The &lt;dfn <strong>id=gdo</strong>>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr>&lt;/dfn>
is a device that allows off-world teams to open the iris.&lt;/p>
&lt;!-- ... later in the document: -->
&lt;p>Teal'c activated his <strong>&lt;a href=#gdo></strong>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr><strong>&lt;/a></strong>
&lt;p>Teal'c activated her <strong>&lt;a href=#gdo></strong>&lt;abbr title="Garage Door Opener">GDO&lt;/abbr><strong>&lt;/a></strong>

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@@ -19581,9 +19581,9 @@ For example, the 10th point has coordinate
<pre>&lt;p>Raymond tried to sleep.&lt;/p>
&lt;p>&lt;i>The ship sailed away on Thursday&lt;/i>, he
dreamt. &lt;i>The ship had many people aboard, including a beautiful
princess called Carey. He watched her, day-in, day-out, hoping she
princess called Carey. She watched her, day-in, day-out, hoping she

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This is "Raymond" above, and there's another "he" above that you missed. "He watched her, day-in, day-out" is a bit... obsessive?

@@ -25764,7 +25764,7 @@ Standards mode, and about 9% triggered the Standards mode.&lt;/p>

<pre>&lt;p><strong>&lt;img src="alexsalmond.jpeg" alt=""></strong> Ahead of today's referendum,
the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, wrote an open letter to all
registered voters. In it, he admitted that all countries make mistakes.&lt;/p></pre>
registered voters. In it, she admitted that all countries make mistakes.&lt;/p></pre>

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This is Alex Salmond

@@ -25776,17 +25776,17 @@ registered voters. In it, he admitted that all countries make mistakes.&lt;/p></

<pre>&lt;p><strong>&lt;img src="alexsalmond.jpeg" alt="Alex Salmond is sad."></strong>
Ahead of today's referendum, the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond,
wrote an open letter to all registered voters. In it, he admitted that all
wrote an open letter to all registered voters. In it, she admitted that all

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Here and below too

Later in life, he wore long white sideburns.">
&lt;p>Asimov was born in Russia, and moved to the US when he was three years old.&lt;/p>
Later in life, she wore long white sideburns.">
&lt;p>Asimov was born in Russia, and moved to the US when she was three years old.&lt;/p>

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This is Isaac Asimov

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Hixie commented Dec 15, 2015

I'm very much in favour of the sentiment here, but the solution isn't to change the examples, because as foolip points out, it's much more complicated than that. The solution is to add a whole bunch more, and make them all use the female pronoun (and indeed other pronouns like "ze" and "them"). You may notice that a lot of the more recently-added examples use female pronouns (much more so than past ones).

We need to add examples anyway, so this solves multiple problems at once.

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foolip commented Dec 15, 2015

I've pointed out a number of mistakes, but am happy about the idea itself. Perhaps you could make the PR smaller to first change the cases that are obviously not about a specific person?

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To make this simpler, I'll comment "lgtm" on each of the ones that can be changed trivially (i.e. without making the spec inconsistent with what it's referring to in the first place). That will hopefully at least make it easier to make progress.

<pre class="bad">&lt;p>&lt;i>He dreamt.
&lt;p>&lt;i>He dreamt that he ate breakfast.
<pre class="bad">&lt;p>&lt;i>She dreamt.
&lt;p>&lt;i>She dreamt that she ate breakfast.

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lgtm

&lt;p>&lt;i>Then lunch.
&lt;p>&lt;i>And finally dinner.</pre>

<p>The resulting DOM for this fragment would be:</p>

<ul class="domTree"><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">He dreamt.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">He dreamt that he ate breakfast.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">Then lunch.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">And finally dinner.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul>
<ul class="domTree"><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">She dreamt.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">She dreamt that she ate breakfast.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">Then lunch.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li><li class="t1"><code>p</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t1"><code>i</code><ul><li class="t3"><code>#text</code>: <span data-x="">And finally dinner.</span></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul></li></ul>

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lgtm

&lt;p>Of course his work &mdash; or should that be hobby? &mdash;
isn't his only passion. He also enjoys other pleasures.&lt;/p>
&lt;p>Of course her work &mdash; or should that be hobby? &mdash;
isn't her only passion. She also enjoys other pleasures.&lt;/p>

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this one is referring to me. :-)

<pre>&lt;p&gt;The little kitten gently seated himself on a piece of
carpet. Later in his life, this would be referred to as the time the
<pre>&lt;p&gt;The little kitten gently seated herself on a piece of
carpet. Later in her life, this would be referred to as the time the

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lgtm

as follows:</p>

<pre>&lt;blockquote>
&lt;p>[Fred] then said he liked [...] fish.&lt;/p>
&lt;p>[Fred] then said she liked [...] fish.&lt;/p>

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change Fred to Jane. lgtm.

@@ -16397,11 +16397,11 @@ a friend lost to the
<p>This example shows the use of a <code>blockquote</code> for short snippets, demonstrating that
one does not have to use <code>p</code> elements inside <code>blockquote</code> elements:</p>

<pre>&lt;p>He began his list of "lessons" with the following:&lt;/p>
&lt;blockquote>One should never assume that his side of

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&lt;title>Bubbles at work &mdash; My Gallery&trade;&lt;/title>
&lt;figure>
&lt;img src="bubbles-work.jpeg"
alt="Bubbles, sitting in his office chair, works on his
alt="Bubbles, sitting in her office chair, works on his

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Bubbles is a plush toy cat whose gender has been established to be male.

@@ -17304,9 +17304,9 @@ included with Exhibit B.
that she plays her new physique to the neighbors regularly, in an
attempt to get pets.&lt;/p>
&lt;div lang="en-GB">
&lt;p>My other cat, coloured black and white, is a sweetie. He followed
&lt;p>My other cat, coloured black and white, is a sweetie. She followed

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The other cat here is Hedral. Note that there's a female cat mentioned in the earlier paragraph (that would be Pillar).

@@ -18019,7 +18019,7 @@ disagree with this mission.&lt;/p></pre>

<p>In the following example, the quotation itself contains a quotation:</p>

<pre>&lt;p>In &lt;cite>Example One&lt;/cite>, he writes &lt;q>The man
<pre>&lt;p>In &lt;cite>Example One&lt;/cite>, she writes &lt;q>The man

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The man is me, but the other character is fictional. I had used the male pronoun here because I subsequently insult the character and figured it'd be better to insult a male fictional character than a female one. But if you think it's more important to have more "she"s, then changing the gender here is fine.

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I didn't merge this one out of caution. This list of examples may look a bit odd to anyone with no inside experience of the W3C and mailing list disaster threads, one option would be to make them about cats and trains instead?

@@ -18029,7 +18029,7 @@ disagreed with him&lt;/q>. Well, I disagree even more!&lt;/p></pre>

<p>In the following example, quotation marks are used instead of the <code>q</code> element:</p>

<pre>&lt;p>His best argument was &#x275D;I disagree&#x275E;, which
<pre>&lt;p>Her best argument was &#x275D;I disagree&#x275E;, which

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this is a continuation of the previous one.

@@ -19211,7 +19211,7 @@ this specification: the &lt;abbr>WHATWG&lt;/abbr> and the
<pre>&lt;article itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/BlogPosting">
&lt;h1 itemprop="headline">Small tasks&lt;/h1>
&lt;footer>Published &lt;time itemprop="datePublished" datetime="2009-08-30">yesterday&lt;/time>.&lt;/footer>
&lt;p itemprop="articleBody">I put a bike bell on his bike.&lt;/p>
&lt;p itemprop="articleBody">I put a bike bell on her bike.&lt;/p>

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lgtm.

<pre>&lt;p>Then he turned to the blackboard and picked up the chalk. After a few moment's
thought, he wrote &lt;var>E&lt;/var> = &lt;var>m&lt;/var> &lt;var>c&lt;/var>&lt;sup>2&lt;/sup>. The teacher
<pre>&lt;p>Then she turned to the blackboard and picked up the chalk. After a few moment's
thought, she wrote &lt;var>E&lt;/var> = &lt;var>m&lt;/var> &lt;var>c&lt;/var>&lt;sup>2&lt;/sup>. The teacher

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lgtm.

would notice him, but she never did.&lt;/i>&lt;/p>
&lt;p>&lt;i>Finally one night he picked up the courage to speak with
&lt;p>&lt;i>Finally one night she picked up the courage to speak with

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still raymond

@@ -20117,7 +20117,7 @@ Sydney&lt;/p&gt;</pre>
as one long word. However, to ensure that the text can be wrapped in a readable fashion, the
individual words in the quote are separated using a <code>wbr</code> element.</p>

<pre>&lt;p&gt;So then he pointed at the tiger and screamed
<pre>&lt;p&gt;So then she pointed at the tiger and screamed

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lgtm, i forget what this is a reference to

@@ -25276,14 +25276,14 @@ It is used as decoration all over the town.&lt;/p></pre>

<p>Here it is used as part of a story:</p>

<pre>&lt;p>He picked up the folder and a piece of paper fell out.&lt;/p>
<pre>&lt;p>She picked up the folder and a piece of paper fell out.&lt;/p>

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lgtm (I really don't recall if the characters in this example were invented for the spec or referenced something else).

While you're at it you should change at least one of the other characters (Marco and Hector) to a more female name.

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I'll change Marco to Maria

@@ -68009,7 +68009,7 @@ contradict people?
<em>...</em>
&lt;section>
&lt;p id="fn1">&lt;a href="#r1">[1]&lt;/a> This is, naturally, a lie,
but paradoxically if it were true he could not say so without
but paradoxically if it were true she could not say so without
contradicting the interviewer and thus making it false.&lt;/p>

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"he" here is "Mr Norman St John Polevaulter", a character from Monty Python.

@@ -72486,8 +72486,8 @@ END:VCARD</pre>
&lt;p>&lt;time itemprop="datePublished" datetime="2013-08-29">today&lt;/time>&lt;/p>
&lt;link itemprop="url" href="?comments=0">
&lt;/header>
&lt;p>All in all, he's doing well with his swim lessons. The biggest thing was he had trouble

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this refers to a specific person who happens to actually be male

@@ -74965,7 +74965,7 @@ interface <dfn>ElementContentEditable</dfn> {
<p>However it is implemented, drag-and-drop operations must have a starting point (e.g. where the
mouse was clicked, or the start of the selection or element that was selected for the drag), may
have any number of intermediate steps (elements that the mouse moves over during a drag, or
elements that the user picks as possible drop points as he cycles through possibilities), and must

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lgtm, but should be "they cycle"

@@ -77448,7 +77448,7 @@ dictionary <dfn>DragEventInit</dfn> : <span>MouseEventInit</span> {

<p>User agents should take care to not start drag-and-drop operations in response to script
actions. For example, in a mouse-and-window environment, if a script moves a window while the user
has his mouse button depressed, the UA would not consider that to start a drag. This is important
has her mouse button depressed, the UA would not consider that to start a drag. This is important

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lgtm, but should be their

@@ -89450,14 +89450,14 @@ interface <dfn>NavigatorContentUtils</dfn> {
data-x="dom-navigator-registerProtocolHandler">registerProtocolHandler()</code></dfn> method
allows Web sites to register themselves as possible handlers for particular schemes. For example,
an online telephone messaging service could register itself as a handler of the <code data-x="sms
protocol">sms:</code> scheme, so that if the user clicks on such a link, he is given the
protocol">sms:</code> scheme, so that if the user clicks on such a link, she is given the

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of handling vCards, his Web browser can instead suggest he use that site to view contact
information stored on vCards that he opens. <ref spec=SMS> <ref spec=RFC6350></p>
of handling vCards, her Web browser can instead suggest she use that site to view contact
information stored on vCards that she opens. <ref spec=SMS> <ref spec=RFC6350></p>

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lgtm, but should be their, they, they respectively.

@@ -89486,7 +89486,7 @@ interface <dfn>NavigatorContentUtils</dfn> {

<p>User agents may, within the constraints described in this section, do whatever they like when
the methods are called. A UA could, for instance, prompt the user and offer the user the
opportunity to add the site to a shortlist of handlers, or make the handlers his default, or
opportunity to add the site to a shortlist of handlers, or make the handlers her default, or

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lgtm, should be their

@@ -89943,7 +89943,7 @@ interface <dfn>NavigatorContentUtils</dfn> {
<li>The user registers a third-party content handler as the default handler for a content
type.</li>

<li>The user then browses his corporate Intranet site and accesses a document that uses that
<li>The user then browses her corporate Intranet site and accesses a document that uses that

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lgtm, should be their

@@ -95990,7 +95990,7 @@ interface <dfn>WorkerLocation</dfn> {
<div class="example">

<p>For example, a page could have a checkbox that the user ticks to
indicate that he wants insurance:</p>
indicate that she wants insurance:</p>

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lgtm, "they want"

@@ -96419,7 +96419,7 @@ dictionary <dfn>StorageEventInit</dfn> : <span>EventInit</span> {
context">browsing contexts</span> that could access it.</p>

<p>This can restrict the ability of a site to track a user, as the site would then only be able
to track the user across multiple sessions when he authenticates with the site itself (e.g. by
to track the user across multiple sessions when she authenticates with the site itself (e.g. by

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lgtm, "they authenticate"

@@ -96459,7 +96459,7 @@ dictionary <dfn>StorageEventInit</dfn> : <span>EventInit</span> {
<p>If this information is then used to present the view of data currently in persistent storage,
it would allow the user to make informed decisions about which parts of the persistent storage
to prune. Combined with a blocklist ("delete this data and prevent this domain from ever storing
data again"), the user can restrict the use of persistent storage to sites that he trusts.</p>
data again"), the user can restrict the use of persistent storage to sites that she trusts.</p>

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lgtm, they

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Hixie commented Dec 15, 2015

To reiterate: I think checking in the changes marked "lgtm" would be a great improvement. Additionally, we really just need to add a whole slew of new examples that are all with female characters, especially female characters in typically male-dominated fields, especially computer science and engineering since the readers are most likely to be from those fields. We need more examples anyway, so this would be easy to do while fixing existing technical problems.

For the record, I have no problem with us going way off in the other direction and generally having many more female pronouns and characters in the spec than male ones. It's not like men are suffering from under-representation in general, and especially in technical documentation. If anyone complains about this, I'm more than happy to be the contact person responsible for dealing with their complaints.

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foolip commented Dec 15, 2015

@jessebeach Let us know when you've updated this and it's ready for second review. You can just keep pushing commits if you like, whoever merges will squash into a single commit. If you add yourself and Alice to the acknowledgements, that would be great too.

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jessebeach commented Dec 15, 2015

Awesome, big +1 to @Hixie and @foolip for the serious comments in spite of my cheekiness in the PR description =D

I'll go through and address the example inconsistencies and gendered-name/pronoun inconsistencies as well as comments.

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I've got no problem with switching all the examples to female, but all the text referencing users/etc should preferably be gender-neutral, as I did in #407.

Edited to add: and I should really read the whole thread before commenting - Hixie already said as much.

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jessebeach commented Dec 16, 2015

I quite like the proposal by @tabatkins. The Washington Post recently announced an update to their style guide to allow singular they and it's been brewing as a proposal since at least 1879 (and I suspect for much longer).

Switching he's to she's is going to rankle folks and we'll never find the perfect balance. If English gives us a neutral pronoun, we should use it and avoid debate.

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foolip commented Dec 16, 2015

A singular "they" in the majority of cases seems fine, but a happy mix of pronouns in examples seems fine to me, and @Hixie already lgtm'd a number of changes. I will reopen this to merge those cases, so that @tabatkins can rebase and do some they-ing on top of that.

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foolip commented Dec 16, 2015

Pushed as c3c407e and 24ce416

I thanked you as "Jesse Renée Beach" (your Git committer name) and also thanked "Alice Boxhall," please shout if I should change anything.

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foolip commented Dec 16, 2015

I rebased to see what changes would be left, and other than the fish example (#409) there were a few "himself" that were swapped with "herself". Please review #410 for an alternative fix.

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Awesome, thank you!

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