It is a way of acknowledging and respecting the diversity of bodies, genders and relationships. People express their gender and sexuality in different ways. People can have different biological sex characteristics. Inclusive language ensures we don't leave people out of our conversations or our work.
Language that avoids the use of certain expressions or words that might be considered to exclude particular groups of people, especially gender-specific words. This can involve discouragement of the use of gender-specific job titles, such as policeman/policewoman, fireman etc. The pronouns ‘he’ or ‘she’ may be replaced with ‘they’ when the gender of the person referred to is unknown or if they don’t identify with female or male.