If you happen to be perusing the many fine things to see and do in Berkeley, California and come upon a street access point to the city’s sewer system...please don’t call it a manhole cover. As Curbed San Francisco reports, the City Council recently voted to remove gender-specific terms from the city code, meaning manhole covers no longer exist in The People’s Republic of Berkeley. Additionally, craftsmen are now “craftspeople” or “artisans,” “manpower” becomes “human effort and “firemen” are now “firefighters,” and so on and so on. Oh, and the sewer access? That would be a “maintenance hole.” And if you really want to be sure you’re getting it right, you can always check this here list before you speak. Because Berkeley.