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I just whizzed through the last three Iris-L digests and don't see any 
responses to Clarence's plea for forgiveness for using HE as a generic 
pronoun.  I am not an iris expert, but I can certainly make a 
suggestion to help with those sexist pronouns Clarence was worried 
about--99% of the time using the plural will do the trick--talk about 
hybridizerS and you don't have to specify he or she....Once you try to 
avoid using he as a generic it becomes very easy to avoid it--and it is 
like a slap in the face when someone uses it!

Debbie Green (who appreciates that Clarence worries about this....after 
five years coordinating a Women's Studies program I found many people 
don't bother...)  Williamsburg, VA  USDA Zone 7/8

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