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In reality, I was more like a bossy older sister who required emails with very specific subject lines. There was no slack.) When one of my ostensible subordinates, in the middle of one of those dazed late-night sessions, closed her email with an , she immediately followed it with another message to apologize . “That is totally not something you write in a work email.”I’ve been thinking back to this moment recently when I realized I was regularly deploying Gossip Girl’s preferred sign-off in my professional correspondence as a senior editor at , and that such liberal sprinklings of affection never would have entered my digital lexicon when I worked at the male-dominated political publication.Did my somewhat unlikely evolution into an editor at a fashion magazine sap my correspondence of its gravity?Much has been written about the femininity of the exclamation point—make-nice punctuation that masks an emotional labor that falls disproportionately on women.“We expect exclamation marks (i.e., friendliness) from women,” wrote Amelia Tait in a 2017 piece published in , perhaps the most popular book on punctuation ever written, also told me that she notes the tendency for physical symbols of affection in her woman-to-woman correspondence.If Mike Pompeo’s recent email to his State Department employees is anything to go by—“Keep on crushing it”, he wrote—the penultimate line of an email is an opportunity for burly encouragement, not feminine demurral.Was each closing of my correspondence depleting the impact of everything that had come before?
“Or just maybe, it is conceivable from a gay man, but that means we are more precise and say that it is inconceivable of a straight male (cis male)? And, what's worse is that there are people in this world who actually think it's necessary. We as a nation are getting the shaft big time by those scumbags in Wash, D. And you don't think there violations going on here in the US and in Israel? It never ceases to amaze me how screwed up the UN is.“The guiding principle, though, is that changing language can only go so far,” he said.“As long as gender is a perceived binary, ways of indexing it in language will never die.”As I was writing this piece, corresponding with sources and friends, I became acutely aware of how I was closing each email.
The world needs a "united nations" to stand up for peace, justice and human rights. They're too busy criticizing Israel for defending her self against Islamic terrorism, while allowing tyrannic despots to pose as politicians and honored members of their boards. Money and power corrupt and a perfect example is the UN. Yes, Israel does get a lot of "hits" but I think it's not just about Israel. feels toward the blessed land and people however i do not find it funny. UNITED STATE WILL ALWAYS SUPPORT ISRAEL AND TAKE CARE OF THEN.