Aug 31, 2021
6030 US adults surveyed
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Is it acceptable for newly married couples to charge invited guests for the cost of their wedding meals when the guests have said they'll attend, and then don't show up?
"Person-first language" is a name used by supporters of the use of phrases to describe people that place attributes or behaviors at the end of the phrase, rather than at the beginning. For example, person-first language would involve calling someone a "a person who smokes" rather than a "smoker," or "a person who is incarcerated" rather than an "inmate." Broadly speaking, do you support or oppose using person-first language to describe someone instead of alternatives?