I became interested in language at a very early age. I saw bias in the differences between symbols that addressed males and those that addressed "not-males." My education became focused on languages, B.A with honours in French, and B.Ed with honours in English in Saskatoon Sask. Later, 4 years of Linguistics, University of Toronto. I also spent one year in Aix France studying some anthropology and sociology vis a vis the language used.
I became a specialist in the symbols and 'words' that address our species. To do this I collected 20,000 items, dictionary by dictionary. And there are many! After studying them and seeing embedded bias in them I listed 10,000 of the most biased. These appear in my book titled "Breaking the Patriarchal Code."
SInce then I saw through these thousands of items that 'the whole picture' of our species as approached in the past is not true to reality, but that they impose an ideology. I wrote the book "An Inconvenient Lie" and published it in 2010.