degender

de·gen·der

 (dē-jĕn′dər)
tr.v. de·gen·dered, de·gen·der·ing, de·gen·ders
To make gender-neutral, as by eliminating reference to gender or sex.

degender

(diːˈdʒɛndə)
vb
1. (intr) archaic to degenerate
2. (tr) to remove any reference to gender from (a document, etc)
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2004:581) have noted, "women who have children stand at the nexus of [such] competing policy discourses", which gender or degender them according to current social or economic policy.
To make otherness a position from which she can speak requires that she either contend with and radically alter the received tradition--as, in different ways do Dickinson and Rich--or that she degender her voice--as do Moore and Bishop.
A broader and more systematic framework is developed in Mona Harrington's Care and Equality, which reflects a burgeoning progressive effort to rethink, degender, and redesign the social organization of care.
In fact, one of the great contributions of nickelodeons was to degender the poorest people's attendance, as the cheap prices completed the process of incorporating women and children proportionally into the working-class audience.
Edwards's desire to degender her narrative to participate in the scientific discourse of her male contemporaries makes more evident the ways in which, as Edward Said has shown, Orientalists had developed a vocabulary and approach that dehumanized places like Egypt.
Unfortunately, the bullying focus may serve to both degender the problem of sexual harassment and sexual violence and to take attention away from the increasing severity of these problems.
This is another example of how the ecological context of triplets was different from that of other married, heterosexual families and worked to degender parenting.
In so doing, he degenders game culture by moving it from an exclusively amatory and courtly realm to a more authentically competitive realm.
Haynes degenders and defamiliarizes current constructions of literary community and lineage by offering a model of "consolidation" rather than a model of "affiliation.
He degenders Consuela when Tom tells his wife that women are not oppressed.
Instead, she nudges "public" and "private" into the wings, moves "the social" center stage, and then both depoliticizes and degenders her new sphere.
22) Snodgrass's first stanza in "The Operation" illustrates that exposure first degenders then transgenders the speaker.