Écriture inclusive: Emmanuel Macron appelle à "ne pas céder aux airs du temps" pic.twitter.com/6hApRZTVRK
— BFMTV (@BFMTV) October 30, 2023
"The French language is alive, constantly evolving"< /h2>
Among the feminists standing up against Emmanuel Macron's remarks, the ecologist Sandrine Rousseau, who was content to comment on Emmanuel Macron's speech in these terms: "Everything is crazy in this speech…" For her part, the Paris advisor and spokesperson for EELV, Aminata Niakate, pointed out that the fact that “the French language is alive, constantly evolving. This is his wealth. Believing that "inclusive writing is one of its realities, whatever it may be," “some” she invited detractors of inclusive writing at the same time re-read the precious guide of the High Council equality.
La langue française est vivante, en constante évolution. C’est sa richesse. L’écriture inclusive est l’une de ses réalités, n’en déplaise à certains.
Pour une communication égalitaire et non sexiste, je vous invite à relire le précieux guide du @HCEfhhttps://t.co/TLeeYZb8Ra https://t.co/qpboteyQkE
— Aminata Niakate 🌻 (@aminataniakate) October 30, 2023
A document to which feminist activist Marylie Breuil also referred. "A year ago, the High Council equality released V2 of its guide to inclusive writing. If you had read it, you would know that the sexism of the French language is to be blamed. the basis of all stereotypes, and therefore inequalities, and contributes to the massive invisibilization of women,” she highlighted. President of HES LGBTI+, Sophie Roque declared: on the social network That the Senate wishes to legislate against inclusive writing and that the President of the Republic has the same arguments says a lot about the too well-anchored mechanisms of patriarchy”. Finally, Paris advisor Raphaëlle Rémy-Leleu insisted on this. recall what inclusive writing is, according to her, know: "An obvious fact, a societal project, a daily practice of equality, a militant, artistic, intellectual, political impulse."