Things to avoid:
— Instances of the phrases “he or she”, “his/hers”, “(s)he”, etc. All of these still exclude those who don't identify with either gender, and implicitly (slightly) favor one gender via listing it first.
— Other gendered words: “brother”, “mother”, “man”, etc.
Cases that are likely fine to leave alone include:
— A language code (“he” is the ISO 639-1 language code for Hebrew).
— He as an abbreviation for “helium”.
— The Spanish word “he”.
— Occurrences in randomly generated strings or base-64 encodings.
How to change the remaining awkward intrusions of gender:
— Try rewording things to not involve a pronoun at all.
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