First thing first, the title isn't a typo and I intentionally wrote it like that. This question came to mind while I was reading someone's post in another forum and it's about the possibility of the sentence, in other words, I want to know whether this sentence below is possible grammatically.
A) She is running with the ball in his glove.
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The actual sentence is (according to people in my forum and the app) this one below.
The athlete's (a male athlete) running with the ball in his glove.
It's a sentence taken from a Spanish learning app and the user i.e. someone who posted this claimed that this sentence should be correct:
La atleta corre con la pelota en su guante.
His sentence was marked incorrect by the app and the app suggested this answer instead:
El atleta corre con la pelota en su guante.
Exactly as you could predict that it's a matter of balancing the gender in a sentence.
The user also added this comment below.
B) However, shouldn't it be still correct? Imagine a woman wearing a man's glove?
It's my turn to pose a question. In writings, could we write the sentence A) or should we avoid that?
If we should avoid writing that way, what is your suggestion regarding the event that the user intended to convey as in B) in order to enlighten the readers clearly?