The following discussions are requested to have community-wide attention:
|How should the first sentence of this article refer to its subject? This inevitably affects the rest of the article, but this is the crux of the issue. Four basic options:
|Should the end of the opening sentence, currently "... after they refused to wax her male genitalia.", be changed to "... after they refused to wax her scrotum."? 10:31, 21 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Is Marian Price a public figure for the purposes of WP:BLPCRIME? Mztourist (talk) 03:11, 21 June 2021 (UTC)|
|A three-part question, relating to the inclusion of content concerning TimelessToday LLC, and an app this company provides, in the Prem Rawat biography:
(a) Should the article lede include content on the company and/or app?
(b) Should the infobox include the claim that Rawat is 'known for' the company and/or the app?
(c) Should the article body include content on the company and/or app?
|Should the paragraph of "Hindutva, Hindu Nationalism and Hindu Rashtra" be added under the "Views" section and the "Hinduism" merged with "Religion" section.? Thousand head Ravan (talk) 17:48, 17 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Which image should be used in the infobox? --Bakir123 (talk) 20:51, 14 June 2021 (UTC)|
|For years there has been dispute as to which pronouns this biography should use to refer to its subject. In 2017 Wilderwill edited the article to only refer to Barry by his surname (see § A New Solution to the Pronouns Issue), a compromise that saw no opposition (although also not much support). In the years since, that compromise has become the status quo.
Notably, over the years, there has been no discussion of the applicability of MOS:GENDERID, the guideline that governs biographical subjects' pronouns, which advises (emphases added):|
Much discussion in the past has focused on whether Barry was transgender, but GENDERID is not exclusive to transgender people. It is not the goal of this RfC to determine whether Barry was transgender, or what his "true" gender identity was (or for that matter what his sex was). This RfC instead asks two questions:
|Describe López as Roman Catholic? Elizium23 (talk) 17:10, 14 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Is the claim about Miles Davis being inducted into the Knights of Malta an exceptional claim, and if so, what should be done? isento (talk) 23:59, 11 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Should the section Robert_Lanza#Biocentrism on Robert Lanza be:
|If a person has expressed they are not a citizen of a country, and that is sourced, should they still be called a citizen in the lead even when they are only a permanent resident? Essentially, should permanent resident be removed from this criteria so as to not confuse anyone? It currently says, The opening paragraph should usually provide context for the activities that made the person notable. In most modern-day cases, this will be the country, region, or territory, where the person is a citizen, national, or permanent resident; or, if the person is notable mainly for past events, where the person was a citizen, national, or permanent resident when the person became notable. Trillfendi (talk) 00:00, 11 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Should the year they were assassinated be included in the prose in the first sentence?
This could be construed as redundant since the date of death is included in the first text of the article
For context, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Warren G. Harding, William Mckinley, James A. Garfield, Abraham Lincoln, Zachary Taylor, and William Henry Harrison include the year of their death in the first sentence of prose for the article in addition to the birth and death dates.
|Should we deprecate the net worth parameter used in infobox person? ~ 17:04, 8 June 2021 (UTC)|
|Should the article include the following text:
|How should we handle links within the lead sentence in regards to the "45th president of the United States" section?
Also if you are wondering why the link selections slightly differ in regards to the "45th" part (not linked in A, but is in B) it is becasue in the two revisions that have gone back and forth (see previous disscussions linked above) that is way they have been handled. Spy-cicle💥 Talk? 04:13, 8 June 2021 (UTC)
|Was F. Murray Abraham's paternal grandfather a priest in the:
A. Syriac Orthodox Church