Steve wrote:

>As to LdP, the grammar article says,
>"There are no gender distinctions between "he" and "she". If gender is
significant, one can use words like la fem, la om, la xica, la xico,
la fema, la mas (the woman, the man, the girl, the boy, the female,
the male), etc."

I guess you meant LFN, not LdP.
In the last years I myself prefer the name "Lidepla" (abbreviation invented by Attilio Liotto) over "LdP", because there are other LDPs too:
LDP - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(good that our LdP is there already, btw)
Also there are other L** planned languages like LFN, LsF, and one may confuse those abbreviations in a hurry.

Swasti!