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1-27-2009 @ 2:53PM
Actually, "man" and "men" is still very much gender-neutral in certain usages in the English language. The word "mankind" has always included women, as well as using the word "man" to refer to the human race. It's only been in our recent overly-PC world that people have felt the need to alter the English language.
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