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Chairperson is incorrect, it is chairman for both men and women —This unsigned comment was added by JoyRosario (talkcontribs).

  • Apparently what you mean is that you don't like it. There's nothing linguistically incorrect about it whatsoever. Ƿidsiþ 06:55, 25 March 2010 (UTC)
  • There is a linguistic error. The origin of CHAIRMAN comes from Manager of the Chair, it is not genderised. Hence we have "Madam Chairman" and "Mister Chairman" This was researched by Toastmasters about a decade ago. John Maxwell 29 12 2012
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