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Tech & Science Greens against "language police officers": Kretschmann rejects rules for gender-friendly language

12:40  02 august  2020
12:40  02 august  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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Everyone should "be able to speak as they have beaked," says Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Kretschmann - who did well in a survey.

Baden-Württembergs Ministerpräsident Winfried Kretschmann. © Photo: Sebastian Gollnow / dpa Baden-Württemberg Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann.

Baden-Württemberg Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann is strictly against regulations for gender-equitable language. "I think nothing of all this over-the-top language," said the Greens politician of the German Press Agency in Stuttgart. “Of course, we have to make sure that we don't hurt anyone in our language, and language shapes our thinking a bit. But everyone should still be able to speak the way his beak grew. ”He was against“ language police ”.

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Kretschmann admitted that it was not easy for him to always mention the female form when he spoke of spectators or of police officers. "I can't do anything with the confusion of gender and sex, but to a certain extent I bow to this trend."

gender denotes the grammatical gender, sex the biological one. Many guidelines for gender-equitable language recommend that grammatical male forms such as “teachers” should only be used for biologically male teachers.

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The head of the Stuttgart government is doing better than the current Greens. Robert Habeck comes in second place with 25 percent approval and 47 percent rejection, Annalena Baerbock (18 to 55 percent) comes in third place.

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Almost on par with Baerbock is the Green Group leader Katrin Göring-Eckardt (18 to 58 percent), who achieves a significantly better result than her co-group leader. Only 10 percent consider Anton Hofreiter to be a suitable candidate for chancellor, while 65 percent say no.

Kretschmann does worse in its own camp

The Kantar poll among the supporters of the Greens, who rate Habeck and Baerbock better than Kretschmann, gives a different picture - but without overwhelming approval. Habeck is considered by 56 percent of Greens voters as a suitable candidate for Chancellor, 22 percent disagree. Baerbock has 50 percent approval and 31 percent rejection.

Remarkable: Kretschmann does worse in its own camp (34 to 44 percent) than among the supporters of Union (39 to 44 percent) and SPD (40 to 49 percent). On the other places in the supporters of the Greens: Göring-Eckardt (35 to 50 percent) and Hofreiter (13 to 64 percent). Kantar interviewed 1,017 selected individuals on July 29 and 30, 2020 across Germany. (dpa, AFP)

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