> he will find a new person to provide drama and he will find himself drawn to you less and less often
> he can’t stand boredom
Unnecessarily gendered language is jarring for the reader and also, (possibly) unintentionally, sexist. The singular they/them/their is generally acceptable to use in cases such as these.
In 2012, this was already well-known. The language is jarring and sexist for no apparent reason. It is not undue revisionism.
Any level of revisionism is undue.
The point of not using gendered language is to compensate for discrimination, not to hide problems.
‘He’ worked as the default pronoun for a long time in many languages all over the world. (And still does in many languages) I find it curious how many people can be sold into the idea that a language can be considered sexist.
They exist. I'm not sure that they can de-gender language, but they can swap word A for word B
I was simply offering that I don’t perceive the language as sexist. You do. That’s fine.
Similarly, I would offer that I don’t find your sarcasm productive in a civil discussion.