The 3rd-person indefinite pronoun, used to refer to the writer or to people in general, is one. In speaking and less formal writing, “you” is often used instead of one. The word is gender neutral.
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[Compare: In the following example, the second time one is used, it is as an indefinite pronoun (here in the possessive, one‘s). The first time it is used, it is a numerical pronoun.
One way of proving one’s masculinity is to test it against other men.]