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The workshop covers three inclusive writing practices (epicene, feminization, and nonbinary writing), which can be applied depending on the text and its target readership.
In short, an introduction to inclusive writing that melts like butter on all tongues.
The workshop has a duration of 2 hours and covers various types of inclusive writing practices and the myths that surround them. It is enhanced with question periods and exercises that foster constructive discussions.
The workshop addresses the following in more detail:
Our team offers other longer or shorter formats for private (workplace) workshops. Write to us for more information.
Magali is an editor and linguistic consultant at Les 3 sex* and the brains behind the writing and development of the inclusive writing guide, which was co-signed by Les 3 sex* and Club Sexu and is the foundation of the inclusive writing workshop. S·he studied linguistics, is particularly interested in the intersection of linguistic and gender issues, and names inclusive writing as her main research interest.
Alexandra is a high school French teacher. She also divides her time (poorly) between a master’s program in teaching French in high school and her multiple passions: linguistics, reading, wine pairing, and flowers. She has been giving inclusive writing workshops since March 2021 because she wants to democratize this practice and show that being inclusive of everyone in French is easier than many people think.
Catherine is the editor-in-chief at an advertising agency and has always advocated for the deconstruction of stereotypes in the field in which she has been immersed for several years. Holding a master’s degree in marketing communications, she is currently pursuing graduate studies in feminist, gender, and sexuality studies with the aim of combining theoretical and practical knowledge.