Microsoft Pushing Woke Culture, Includes Word Checker To Help You Use Woke Terms

Microsoft Pushing Woke Culture, Includes Word Checker To Help You Use Woke Terms


In an apparent attempt to inculcate “woke” language into the verbiage of hundreds of millions of people, Microsoft has developed an  “inclusiveness” checker in its Word software that would highlight phrases that might offend others.

Some of the issues reportedly targeted by Microsoft in its latest version of Office 365, a subscription service that 250 million people use, include age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or “socioeconomic status,” The Sun reports, offering some examples of suggested changes.

Legendary astronaut Neil Armstrong’s famed words upon landing on the moon in which he lauded “one giant leap for mankind” could be altered to “humankind” or “humanity.” Pop singer Barry Manilow’s hit “Copacabana,” in which Manilow sang of Lola the “showgirl” could be altered to “dancer,” “performer,” or “performing artist.”

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