Human remains found on Wash

As pointed out by the graveyard shift on the ACB (dear jesus why am I awake right now), adult human remains and clothes have been found by a walker across from the A&P on Wash.

Ze’s apparently pretty old, an adult skeleton of indeterminate gender. CT cops and MPD, and presumably whatever CSI faculties are available are on it.

Links:

NBC Video, and Fox Video:

Hartford Courant

28 thoughts on “Human remains found on Wash

  1. 111

    i gotta say, transgender pronouns are not metagender or supergender. using Ze is misleading here. it makes it sound like the person was a trans.

    on the other hand, what’s hillarious is that it seems that the trans community is trying very hard to bring the anonymous dead community into its linguistic fold. i say you can have them by all means.

  2. 111

    i gotta say, transgender pronouns are not metagender or supergender. using Ze is misleading here. it makes it sound like the person was a trans.

    on the other hand, what’s hillarious is that it seems that the trans community is trying very hard to bring the anonymous dead community into its linguistic fold. i say you can have them by all means.

  3. anon

    you know the school you go to is fucked up when a news story like this breaks out an argument about the word ze. what the fuck people

  4. anon

    you know the school you go to is fucked up when a news story like this breaks out an argument about the word ze. what the fuck people

  5. anonymous

    #2: Seconded.

    #5: “It” was a person, who deserves to be respected even in death. Both hir sex and gender at the time of hir death are unknown. I think gender-neutral pronouns are entirely appropriate.

    #6: He is the grammatically correct third-person singular personal pronoun to use when someone wants to pretend that women and trans people do not exist. Ze is a pronoun we use at Wesleyan to make this a healthier, safer community for everyone in it.

  6. anonymous

    #2: Seconded.

    #5: “It” was a person, who deserves to be respected even in death. Both hir sex and gender at the time of hir death are unknown. I think gender-neutral pronouns are entirely appropriate.

    #6: He is the grammatically correct third-person singular personal pronoun to use when someone wants to pretend that women and trans people do not exist. Ze is a pronoun we use at Wesleyan to make this a healthier, safer community for everyone in it.

  7. Anonymous

    He is the grammatically correct third-person singular personal pronoun to use when a person’s sex is undetermined. Ze is not a word.

  8. Anonymous

    He is the grammatically correct third-person singular personal pronoun to use when a person’s sex is undetermined. Ze is not a word.

  9. anon

    it doesnt have a gender, since gender is a construct. it does have a sex, and since ze is used for gender, ze is inappropriate in this context

  10. anon

    it doesnt have a gender, since gender is a construct. it does have a sex, and since ze is used for gender, ze is inappropriate in this context

  11. Alex

    @1 On the off chance that you’re not trolling:
    No, Ze is a gender neutral pronoun, making it the most linguistically appropriate pronoun to use when the sex of a body is unknown.

  12. Alex

    @1 On the off chance that you’re not trolling:
    No, Ze is a gender neutral pronoun, making it the most linguistically appropriate pronoun to use when the sex of a body is unknown.

  13. qqqq

    isn’t Ze only used for girls who want to look like guys? not for dead people who havent had an autopsy yet.

  14. qqqq

    isn’t Ze only used for girls who want to look like guys? not for dead people who havent had an autopsy yet.

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