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Here is some info: Wikipedia:Content forking. You probably should discuss this on the article's talk page: talk:Sexism. It is likely that many others will have strong opinions on this. You can add the wp:request for comment template template:RFC on the talk page. Also, you might want to send major contributors a note telling them that something is going on there. You can do this with Template:Please see. Make sure you don't just leave these with people you think would agree with you. That is called wp:canvassing (and is frowned upon). May I suggest you get an wp:account? It would make it easier to communicate with you and would give you more tools and rights. Good luck! Jim1138 (talk) 21:56, 18 February 2014 (UTC)
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