What do you think of the move to outlaw all 'masculine words' from all job listings here in the UK, in the name of 'gender equality'?

Here's a list of the requested attributes, traits & terms which have been banned from any & all job listings and interviews, here in the UK, in the name of "gender equality", for the past few months, under new legislation. On account of these "masculine words" & any derivatives (eg, 'Lead' + Leader, Leading, Leadership etc), allegedly being "inherently gender biased and patriarchal, leading to less belongingness and job interest among women, and perpetuating gender inequality in male-dominated fields, along with the gender pay gap", with "the mere presence of these masculine words dissuading women from applying to the area because they cue that women do not belong". Any British employers who continue to use this "masculine wording" in their job adverts can now face gender discrimination charges, and be prosecuted for doing so:

Hazard
Brave
Athletic
Drive
Outspoken
Outgoing
Active
Analyze
Scrutiny
Determine
Lead
Manage
Execute
Qualify
Power
Strong
Proud
Dominate
Competitive
Challenge
Ambition
Persist
Courage
Intellect
Adventure
Autonomy
Persevere
Tackle
Unique
Confident
Special
Important
Super
Assert
Critic
Individual
Facilitate
Acquire
Oriented
Decide
Principle
Learn
Deliver
Expert
Logic
Impress
Independent
Intervene
Associate
Excel
Opinion
Force
Object
Able
Self
Man

According to them, all of these words, along with all associated traits, qualities & attributes, are "perpetrating institutional gender inequality, and male dominance", and "blocking the progressive betterment through 'feminization' of our 'nurturing', 'interpersonal', 'submissive', 'quiet', 'warm', 'yielding', 'child-like', 'communal' & 'cooperative' society of 'gentle' 'dependents'." Examples of words & attributes which the feminist lobby group identified as 'inherently feminine', and must now be used, emphasized and valued in the place of the 'masculine' ones. So, what do you reckon? Do you agree with their lists? And how do you think this will change things- for the better, or for the worse?
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EDIT: Turns out that it was somewhat overstated, and that thus far, this legislation's only been applied to all apprenticeships and most new job listings in the public sector, which started with the Department for Education back in May. Even so, though, what do you think of the people who're identifying all of these as inherently masculine, and who claim that the use of these words in listings and interviews is "making women too scared to apply for these jobs"?
What do you think of the move to outlaw all 'masculine words' from all job listings here in the UK, in the name of 'gender equality'?
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