Gender asymmetry in the language is an uneven representation in the language of persons of different sexes. ATthe basis of this statement was one of the main postulates of feminist linguistics: language fixespicture of the world from a male point of view, so it is not only anthropocentric (focused onhuman), but also androcentric (focused on a man). Thus, language creates a picture of the world,based on the male point of view, from the point of view of the male perspective, where the female appearsmainly in the role of the object, in the role of “another”, “alien” or even ignored 4, 55.Studies of gender asymmetries of language have also contributed to a deeper study, and insome cases and revision, word-formative and nominative language systems.
Basicthe achievement of feminist linguistics lies in the fact that she allowed the woman to “see differently”themselves through language, overcome some male asymmetry and dominance in the language.Socioeconomic changes in the world, demographic trends, cardinal changes in thestructure of labor resources, redistribution of duties and roles in the family, women’s struggle for warrights, feminism led to an increase in the role and status of women in the modern world,English-speaking countries, which is reflected in the language at the lexical level.On speech indicators there is an image of a business emancipated woman inEnglish-speaking society, which speaks about undoubted socio-cultural changes in the modern world and aboutgrowing trends of erosion of existing gender stereotypes in theinfluenced the functioning of gender-marked units in modern English.Modern scientists (M.Ya.
Blokh, NA Kobrina, MA Kolpakchi, IE Lalayants, etc.) converge on theopinion that the category of gender in modern English should be considered not grammatical, butsemantic, that is, based on the lexical meaning of the word. Therefore, a significant role inthe definition of the gender category in English is played by gender-marked units -“Nominative units that subject the main actors to a gender-relevant subject-referenced situation, referents to a man and a woman” 2, 61.In accordance with the method of expression of gender in the vocabulary of modernSeveral types of gender markers are distinguished in English: semantic and structural(morphological and syntactic) gender markers.