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Bindings full of women-exclusive words might not yet exist IRL, but you know what totally does? The stuff that would be sandwiched between the covers.
The Telegraph recently got a leg up on Merriam-Webster and their ilk, gathering 14 female-unfriendly nouns, verbs, and adjectives. (Which later became 30 thanks to enthusiastic commenters.) What set off the mass word search? Downton Abbey actress Daisy Lewis, who asked: "Have you ever heard a man described as feisty? Have you heard a male character described as feisty? I think not."
The Unabridged Dictionary of Words You Might Reconsider, then, sounds like a venture Sheryl would be very interested in leaning into. For one thing, it's much easier to be conscious of casual sexism when you've got a list in front of you, arranged alphabetically from "airhead" to "working mom."