ANGLISH IS NON-GENDER DOMINATE LANGUAGE
Additionally Anglish is a non-gender dominate, gender inclusive language as opposed to English which is both gender dominate and gender exclusive.
What this means is that all gender terms except "MAN" (MEN) have been removed from Anglish and the definition assigned to "MAN" is the inclusive one (the 2nd one in most English dictionaries, that being as an abbreviation for "MANKIND"). By adopting the inclusive definition of "MAN" into Anglish the genders were finally made fully equal under the law.
Even older documents and phrases such as the United States Declaration of Indepedence's "all men are created equal..." in Anglish means EVERYONE.
So, how does one indicate gender differences, a basic fact still determining reproduction?
the most common use is PATRIS for the Boy and MATRIS for the Girl, but as we've just demonstrated BOY and GIRL do not implicitly contain gender dominance therefore are usuable.
In fact Anglish acknowledges that slang and gender speech is vital to a language and makes ample room even for some classically sexists terms so long as one is not a derivitave of the other. (example: woMAN from MAN, feMALE from MALE and so on).
True Anglish requires some pronoun changes as well, for although "I" still refers to the singular, "U" refers to the second person and "E" for the third.
"E" replaces English's HE and SHE while "ER" replaces "HIM" and "HER".
"THEM" and "THEY" are always useful in referring to the third person but continue to carry the implication of "more than one".