NY Times: It’s Chelsea Manning from now on

U.S. soldier Manning is escorted into court to receive his sentence at Fort Meade in MarylandBy Tim Molloy NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – The New York Times has agreed to call Chelsea Manning what she wants to be called, and to refer to her by the female pronoun "she." A day after Pfc. Bradley Manning was sentenced last week for leaking intelligence records, she said in a statement to NBC's "Today" that she identifies as a woman and wants to be addressed accordingly. But the Times, Associated Press, and Reuters, among other outlets, continued to use the male pronoun in their stories. (TheWrap used the female pronoun as requested. …