Does it make sense to use the English language ungrammatically because the worldbuilding tells you to do so? I was thinking about writing a story in a world where gender pronouns don't exist and everyone is "male" since women and men are the same. Not biologically speaking, but the distinction is not made at all.
Does it make sense to refer any woman as a "he" in such a book, or is it nonsense to do so? I am thinking since the language the story is written in isn't part of the world, it doesn't make sense to do that, but I feel the dialogues however need to reflect that somehow. Is there any consensus on this, or is there a historical precedent for something like this?