Gendered language tends to perpetuate gender stereotypes. In addition, it subtly reinforces the idea that men are superior to women, as well as leaving out people who don't fall in the gender binary. The more gender-inclusive your language is in speech and writing, the less likely you are to alienate people or to perpetuate gender stereotypes. You can improve your use of gender-inclusive language by using some simple strategies when you write and when you speak. You can also ensure that your organization or business uses gender-inclusive language in its forms by making some special considerations when you create the forms.