New Words: e, h, h', h's, wan, wen

"e" means "he or she"

"h" means "her or him"

"h'" or "h's" means "his or her/hers"

"wan" means "woman or man"

"wen" means "men or women or both" e.g. "Cavewen maintained fires at the entrances to caves."

Merely insert these gender neutral words into sentences, whenever gender is irrelevant or distracting from the purpose of the communication, and the reader will understand and learn them from context.

First usage of these words occurred in my essays around 2012.

Grant Rigby