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revised Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
man in man up is not about mankind. Deal with it!
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reviewed Reject Does your gender effect your competitive potential?
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revised Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
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comment Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
Could you explain why this is suitable?
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
22
comment Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
I'm afraid that you do not dictate what other find offensive or not. That is their prerogative. Besides this is a thinly veiled rant, not an answer.
Mar
22
comment What is the difference between a Teacher & an Instructor?
I am voting to close this question as it is either trivial to answer as teach and instructor are synonimes or is trying to pool opinions or just sounds like a bad request for a motivation poster . My vote category is wrong, mouse slipped.
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revised Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
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22
comment Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
@RedSonja: Thank you for clarifying. Your experience is a prime example as to why I want to use an alternative to "man up" and encourage other instructors to do the same.
Mar
22
revised Non-sexist equivalent of “Man up” within the dojo
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Mar
22
comment Does your gender effect your competitive potential?
Your new question is over board and has no useful answer -- it depends is the best answer.