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Unveiling and correcting an archaic error that has written women out of the English Language


New From Vivian Probst

In 2008, Vivian Probst discovered a simple but subversive code in English that was so visibly against women, that she spent fifteen years researching how to fix it before releasing her theory in her book 'Breaking The Bias of English'.

This is her story–a rediscovery of how much English prefers men; of how those of us who aren't men are disempowered by English, and most importantly, how to reclaim our voices with only six minor word changes:  

The; She; Her, Woman, Women, and They are the six words. Watch how these change and open doors to words for us! Join Probst as she corrals an entire language, transforming the 'he' power of English into 'we' power.

Welcome to 'WEnglish for Equality'.

“Any reader concerning about bias, prejudice, women’s issues, or social change will find…key lessons."

-Midwest Book Review

Invite Vivian to be interviewed, present on Zoom, or be a guest on your podcast, 

Thanks for your interest in my writing and determination to shift the English language! I'd love to help you with an interview, author's event, podcast, news story, article or other good clean fun you may be brewing up. You'll find much of what need below and if you need something else, I am happy to collaborate. Contact me and we will get things rolling. 

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Be a part of the English language revolution!

 As a trained linguist and a prolific, award-winning, author & speaker,

Vivian has discovered easy ways to break English out of its overtly

masculine bias.

And no, It’s not that she doesn't like men; it’s that English needs to

respect women more! 

Let's open the door wide open so that those of us who are not men

(by birth or preference) are no longer so utterly and completely ignored. 

Did you know that English has over 20,000 words that include what Vivian calls ‘he’ words and that even words for those of us who aren’t men associate us with men? 



 Try to say an English word for ‘woman’ that isn’t linked to a  ‘he’ word...

If you have found one, send me a note! 

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WEnglish in Literature

Combining her writing mastery with her passion for making the English  language more inclusive, Vivian has written four novels in WEnglish. You won't even notice the English language change - you will however notice the intriguing adventures of Avery Victoria Spencer and how she faces loneliness, forgotten love, and finds the courage to transcend a troubled past. 

Check out the Avery Victoria Spencer Fables!

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