The English language lacks many of the grammactical constructions necessary for referring to a person in the singular without referencing their gender. Often this forces writers into clumsy uses of s/he or other atrocities.
This is a free service to help remedy this problem. Whenever you are writing and need to refer to a singular person simply run this service to choose a gender. This service randomly selects (using the Random.org service) a gender and ensures an overall even distribution of genders whilst simulatenously inserting some unpredictability and spontaneity into your writing.
This service is made by Jonathan Hunt (email firstname.lastname@example.org) as a test of Google's App Engine.
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