Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked a woman during the press-conference to avoid gender-marked terms like ‘mankind’ and to use gender-neutral terms like ‘peoplekind’ as an alternative. He was asked by a woman to look into volunteering regulations in the country. She said her charitable religious organisation had found the issue rather problematic.“Maternal love is the love that’s going to change the future of mankind,” said the woman. Trudeau corrected her: “We like to say peoplekind, not necessarily mankind.” The woman responded in good humour, saying: “There we go, exactly,” and Mr Trudeau added: “We can all learn from each other.” But TV host Piers Morgan did not like such an initiative and labeled Trudeau a “politically correct plonker” for promoting gender neutrality at MacEwan University. Morgan, who has been criticised for his views on LGBT issues, also penned a column for the MailOnline, tweeting a link to the article: “No, no, NO, Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau – you will NOT kill off mankind. Shame on you for surrendering to the radical feminist mob. “ In the column, Morgan said Mr Trudeau had “pronounced [mankind] dead”.