> **Possible Duplicate:** > [Reason for the current trend to use «she» as the gender-neutral pronoun?](http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/28508/reason-for-the-current-trend-to-use-she-as-the-gender-neutral-pronoun) > [Can the feminine pronouns be gender-neutral?](http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/51948/can-the-feminine-pronouns-be-gender-neutral) > [Is there a correct gender-neutral, singular pronoun (“his” versus “her” versus “their”)? ](http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/48/is-there-a-correct-gender-neutral-singular-pronoun-his-versus-her-versus) <!-- End of automatically inserted text --> Programmer here. I am confused with the usage of the term "She/he" when referring a prementioned and undefined user. Below is a sentence found from MSDN magazine: "When the user decides to create a new customer, **she** must fill in the data entry form in Figure 2." I myself use the term "She/he" is this context, since without mentioning both can be regarded as gender discrimination, and placing 'she' before 'he' is respecting the ladies. So, can I just use 'She' in this context, that will save some typing.