Okay, if one were to have an entire society that is genderless, does the writer need to perhaps invent new words to describe it? After all, so much of, at least the English, language has many words that require gender to well... work. I ask this because I may write a story soon that involves a society which doesn't have gender. It may have but because of biologic circumstances, not gender. Or at least, not in the sense of having a social role, as each of the sexes can do any role with equal effectiveness pretty much, including ones which is not physically possible for humans, assuming I even end up with that. So, would I have to invent completely new words for this society, or can I just use normal, "he," and,"she," by just basing it on things like their names? Would the latter ring out as false? Is all of this pointless to ask as judging a concept, and I should just get down to writing it to see what works?