Gender Neutrality Made Easy and Constitutional: Why We Call Members of the House “Congressman” and “Congresswoman,” and Why We Should Not
Daniel Wirls traces the history the terms “congressman” and “congress-woman” and notes that this convention for members of the House has gone unchallenged. He argues that the House, press, and public should replace the terms with the one specified in the Constitution: “Representative.”
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