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I have been learning all about equality, diversity and tolerance at university and also about fighting oppression, prejudice and traditional stereotypes. It all really excites me. I have been creating a list of topics in this area to help covey the positivity of these points.

Let's all do our bit.




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Equality

Equality – A blanket concept used by progressives to argue inherent unfairness in society, but used in such an ambiguous way as to be meaningless i.e. does not specify whether this refers to an inference that everyone is equal, equality of opportunity, equality of outcome, and equality before the law.

Privilege – According to PST, this is Special rights and status awarded to traditionally favoured groups like males, whites and Christians.

Check your Privilege – An instruction to privileged traditionally power groups such as whites, males and Christians to humble themselves to minorities (including women which PST followers seem to think are minorities) by acknowledging their privilege.

Superiority only for victim groups - Can't stand the idea that groups are not equal, unless it's a suggestion that a victim group / non-traditional group is superior e.g. women are cleverer in which case a PST believer will tend to agree.



Prejudice & Bigotry

Sexism, racism, homophobia, Islamophobia – Terms used to describe oppression and prejudice towards females, races, gays and Muslims.

Prejudice plus power – A concept based on the idea that black people can’t be racist because racism is prejudice plus power, therefore only white people can be racist.

Discrimination – The notion that certain groups are considered less favourable, for example for employment due to inherent prejudice. This is in contrast with Jordan Peterson’s idea that any differences in the outcomes between groups are linked to discrimination, when in fact they could be numerous causes for this.

Diversity – A reference to a group that is not principally made of traditional groups such as whites, males, and Christians. PST followers claim that diverse groups are more moral and higher performing.

Inclusion – A reference to ideas which promote marginalised and excluded minorities from participation in society.

Trump – President Trump is considered a bigot under PST due to his rejection of PST and wish to discard identity groups as political identities except for a single unifying national identify applicable to all.

Bigotry for not wanting social change – A person who makes factual statements which reflect traditional expectations e.g. someone who says that young women are not being taught how to cook.

Inability to admit oppression of oppressed groups – Any facts which state that oppressed groups are being oppressed are to be suppressed, for example the murders of white farmers in South Africa (against the progressive narrative)

Logic & reason – A evil system of oppressive thought based on Western culture which represents a racial hierarchy.



Offending

Double standards on the subject - If a transgender person gets offended it's much worse than if a white middle class retired army colonel from Tunbridge Wells gets offended.

Offence through not accepting extremes - If someone says they don't want drag queens visiting school lecturing children they hear bigotry

Criminalisation of offending – Creating laws which stop oppressor groups from offending victim groups (e.g. discussion of laws against negative speech towards women, but not vice versa).

Right not to be offended – A legal right not to be offended backed up by enforcement towards those causing offense. This is backed up by sec 5 of the Public Order Ace which states that a person feeling offended is satisfactory grounds for action.

Feeling – A state of being above thinking, and that should be respected above all under PST and therefore the way people feel trumps facts.

Microaggressions – Routine comments or arguments that have an immediate but minor impact on individuals because they relate to widely held prejudice or stereotypes.

Safe-spaces – Physical spaces that are designed to be offence free where victimised groups can go without feeling persecuted. Any right-wing ideas or ideas that are identarian to traditional groups such as males, white or Christians are banned, however criticism of those traditional groups is allowed.

Trigger-warning – A need to warn individuals or groups if something potentially offensive is about to be said. For example, if someone says they don't want affirmative action I.e. They actually want Equal treatment of people; a trigger warning might be required.

Slurs – A sliding scale of terms for race, gender, religious or sexuality groups that are considered to be offensive. Usually terms become offensive 15 or 20 years after general usage, however this window of time is constantly shortening.

Offenders – People who transgress PST ideology, and hence require punishment in the form of criminal, employment or social sanction.

Self-policing – A system of individuals restricting their speech in order to be compliant with the requirements of PST, and thus preventing bans from social media, no platforming or legal action from the police of the courts.





Crime

Crime by victim groups – A denial that victim groups can be overrepresented in crime statistics, for example stabbings in London.

Oppressor group characterisation of crime – The association of a crime with an oppressor group, when in fact all groups are involved, for example ignore the fact that domestic violence is 40% against men (he probably deserved it)



Hate

Hate Speech – Speech that causes offense to individuals or so-called oppressed groups.

Free Speech – Free speech is considered to be a trojan horse used by haters to be able to air their poisonous views.

Hate facts – These are facts which cause offence to individuals or groups (meaning that they are facts which negate the PST theory).

Hate Group – An identarian group that advocates for oppressor/ traditional groups such as whites, males or Christians, as opposed to radical feminism which can say things about without limit and be considered very progressive.





Opposition

Fascist – A term used for anyone that a person who believes in PST opposes, regardless of their views i.e. libertarian, a U.S. Republican, social conservative, anti-immigration, or actual fascist. Ironically a PST believer may call a person who is arguing for freedom from the state imposing PST/ Political Correctness rhetoric to influence people’s behaviour a fascist.



Education

Social Justice – A slant on topics in universities, especially the humanities which entail retributive justice against oppressor groups/ traditional groups. For example, in American universities there is a saying "bash dead white people”.





State & Ideology

State Funded - The assumption that government is an autonomous funding source, even though the government is not a source of money, and doesn’t have its own money. This perception is caused by the fact that the sums of money involved in government appear large.

Censorship – Part of the role of government is to censor speech so that there is no hate speech.

Hierarchies – Hierarchies are considered to be undesirable and unnatural tyrannies which oppress the individual, and/or oppressed groups. In actual fact hierarchies tend to be caused by competence.

Real communism – This term is used to suggest that the types of communism that have been tried out have not been the correct interpretations of communism, and hence failed. Therefore, the correct type of communism should be implemented in the future.

Change – The perception that movement towards leftist postmodern social constructionist ideas is inevitable and represents progress.

Majority/ minority driven change - Hate the majority trying to change minorities e.g. The Spanish encroachment on indigenous South American cultures, but like minorities changing majorities e.g. Sharia courts in the UK.









Identity Group Based



Traditional Groups

Disqualification – A suggestion that members of oppressor groups may not be qualified for a position due to their inherent prejudice e.g. Asking Jacob Reed Mogg if his religion might be a problem for position (but not Sadiq Kahn the same question)



Race

Uncle Tom - A member of an oppressed group which identifies with the oppressor group (e.g. A black policeman to Antifa).

Transracialism – A person who is another race to their biological race due to the fact that they feel and perceive themselves to be another race.

White Privilege – The privilege that is bestowed upon white people over and above other races through the accident of birth.

Open Borders - A need for open borders because controlling borders is oppressive and restricts diversity which is a must.

White/ European focus on slavery – PST believers pretend that slavery was only European/ from white people when it fact it existed worldwide, and still exists in some territories. White Europeans and Americans ended slavery first.



Islam

Contradictions with PST beliefs – Rejects the fact that Islam contradicts a number of PST values including feminism, and gay rights. E.g. a person states that stating that Islam contradicts feminism is racist.

Feminist alliance – Feminists which are ideologically in contradiction with Islam, yet many are aligned to Islam.

Double standards – Gay marriage is often promoted for churches but not for mosques.

Terrorism – Islamic terrorism is often minimised.

Grooming gangs - Authorities ignored Muslim grooming gangs in Rotherham and other UK cities





Feminism

Male privilege – The privilege that is enjoyed by males over and above females due the elevated position that they are awarded by society.

Patriarchy - The collection of white males as a whole, who under the theory of PST control the world as a whole and all other people with their privilege.

Mansplaining – Used to convey that a male is producing a verbal diatribe, however it is often used towards any male that disagrees with feminism and wants to have a genuine discussion.

First wave feminism – This promoted equal contract and property rights for women, and the prevention of ownership of women.

Second wave feminism – This focused-on equality and discrimination, for example equality of opportunity for employment.

Third wave feminism - This introduced the idea intersectionality, meaning segmenting feminism with the victim aspects of race, ethnicity, class, religion, gender, and nationality.

Fourth wave feminism - Seeks to argue that gender is a social construct by those seeking power. Through rejection of exclusively CIS gendered identifies, one could reject the basis on which discrimination was built upon.





Homosexuality

Gay Propaganda – Considers the Russian, Islamic, right-wing and libertarian view of stop gay propaganda as homophobic. (Unacceptance of extremes considered total bigotry)





Transgenderism

Gender – There is a constantly expanding number of genders, currently at 71, and these include the various non-binary forms of gender, and personality forms that include gendered shadow or spirit states.

Male/ female offensive - Can't say male/ female because it might offend transgenders (London Underground policy)

Fourth-wave feminism - Forcing acceptance of non-binary genders through language policing

CIS Gendered - A person whose gender identify is constant and coincides with their birth gender.

Hetero-normative - A negative connotation towards people whose value system regards heterosexual relationships to be the norm, for example the assumption that marriage is between a man and a woman.

CIS Normative - A negative connotation towards people whose value system regards gender to be constant and to coincide with birth gender.

Non-binary / gender fluidity – A gender state of an individual that changes from day to day between male, female or any of the other genders produced by the theory.

Binary gender privilege – Privilege enjoyed by people who are gender binary over and above people who are gender fluid.

Transphobia – An irrational fear of trans people or the constructs build being around the trans phenomenon.

Transgender Pronouns – A series of genderless terms that are designed to be used to refer to transgender people with for example ze, sie, hir, co, and ey.

Terf – A Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist, meaning that the do not belief that transgender women are real women and therefore subject to the rights of feminism.

Gender-neutral babies - A recent trend of parents brining up babies without a gender and with the use of gender-neutral terms.



Disability

Ableism – The sense of entitlement and privilege enjoyed by able bodies people and the assumption that all people have the same abilities.
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just a little help!

its not a technical term as such but 'neurotypical' refers to someone who isn't neurodivergent (people with mental illnesses, adhd). that definition DOES INCLUDE someone who isn't autistic, but the term 'allistic' is also used to refer to someone who isn't autistic. these are both terms worth looking into!
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just a little help!

its not a technical term as such but 'neurotypical' refers to someone who isn't neurodivergent (people with mental illnesses, adhd). that definition DOES INCLUDE someone who isn't autistic, but the term 'allistic' is also used to refer to someone who isn't autistic. these are both terms worth looking into!

I understand! I prefer not to say autistic but able bodied person who is occasionally socially and verbally challenged but in control of their own lives.

This is in line with the current Government guidelines on inclusive communications for disability:

"Don’t automatically refer to ‘disabled people’ in all communications – many people who need disability benefits and services don’t identify with this term. Consider using ‘people with health conditions or impairments’ if it seems more appropriate.

Avoid phrases like ‘suffers from’ which suggest discomfort, constant pain and a sense of hopelessness.

Avoid passive, victim words. Use language that respects disabled people as active individuals with control over their own lives."
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I understand! I prefer not to say autistic but able bodied person who is occasionally socially and verbally challenged but in control of their own lives.

This is in line with the current Government guidelines on inclusive communications for disability:

"Don’t automatically refer to ‘disabled people’ in all communications – many people who need disability benefits and services don’t identify with this term. Consider using ‘people with health conditions or impairments’ if it seems more appropriate.

Avoid phrases like ‘suffers from’ which suggest discomfort, constant pain and a sense of hopelessness.

Avoid passive, victim words. Use language that respects disabled people as active individuals with control over their own lives."
uh, id. like being called autistic, and a lot of others do too, thanks? i have no idea where this is coming from?

and in the same vein ive seen a lot of people reclaim 'disabled' too. i have no idea where this is coming from.

youre right about the 'suffers from' thing tho thats really awful
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uh, id. like being called autistic, and a lot of others do too, thanks? i have no idea where this is coming from?

and in the same vein ive seen a lot of people reclaim 'disabled' too. i have no idea where this is coming from.

youre right about the 'suffers from' thing tho thats really awful
I see the guy's point in the article, but 'saytheword' is a potentially toxic idea that could unleash non-safe space speech which could trigger so many people thus challenging diversity and inclusion. Many of these things may just be microagressions but the victim impact may be large. It's better to be on the safe side of hate in our quest for social justice.
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I have been learning in all about equality, diversity and tolerance at university and also about fighting oppression, prejudice and traditional stereotypes. It all really excites me. I have been creating a list of topics in this area to help covey the positivity of these points.

Let's all do our bit.




Concept Based



Equality

Equality – A blanket concept used by progressives to argue inherent unfairness in society, but used in such an ambiguous way as to be meaningless i.e. does not specify whether this refers to an inference that everyone is equal, equality of opportunity, equality of outcome, and equality before the law.

Privilege – According to PST, this is Special rights and status awarded to traditionally favoured groups like males, whites and Christians.

Check your Privilege – An instruction to privileged traditionally power groups such as whites, males and Christians to humble themselves to minorities (including women which PST followers seem to think are minorities) by acknowledging their privilege.

Superiority only for victim groups - Can't stand the idea that groups are not equal, unless it's a suggestion that a victim group / non-traditional group is superior e.g. women are cleverer in which case a PST believer will tend to agree.



Prejudice & Bigotry

Sexism, racism, homophobia, Islamophobia – Terms used to describe oppression and prejudice towards females, races, gays and Muslims.

Prejudice plus power – A concept based on the idea that black people can’t be racist because racism is prejudice plus power, therefore only white people can be racist.

Discrimination – The notion that certain groups are considered less favourable, for example for employment due to inherent prejudice. This is in contrast with Jordan Peterson’s idea that any differences in the outcomes between groups are linked to discrimination, when in fact they could be numerous causes for this.

Diversity – A reference to a group that is not principally made of traditional groups such as whites, males, and Christians. PST followers claim that diverse groups are more moral and higher performing.

Inclusion – A reference to ideas which promote marginalised and excluded minorities from participation in society.

Trump – President Trump is considered a bigot under PST due to his rejection of PST and wish to discard identity groups as political identities except for a single unifying national identify applicable to all.

Bigotry for not wanting social change – A person who makes factual statements which reflect traditional expectations e.g. someone who says that young women are not being taught how to cook.

Inability to admit oppression of oppressed groups – Any facts which state that oppressed groups are being oppressed are to be suppressed, for example the murders of white farmers in South Africa (against the progressive narrative)

Logic & reason – A evil system of oppressive thought based on Western culture which represents a racial hierarchy.



Offending

Double standards on the subject - If a transgender person gets offended it's much worse than if a white middle class retired army colonel from Tunbridge Wells gets offended.

Offence through not accepting extremes - If someone says they don't want drag queens visiting school lecturing children they hear bigotry

Criminalisation of offending – Creating laws which stop oppressor groups from offending victim groups (e.g. discussion of laws against negative speech towards women, but not vice versa).

Right not to be offended – A legal right not to be offended backed up by enforcement towards those causing offense. This is backed up by sec 5 of the Public Order Ace which states that a person feeling offended is satisfactory grounds for action.

Feeling – A state of being above thinking, and that should be respected above all under PST and therefore the way people feel trumps facts.

Microaggressions – Routine comments or arguments that have an immediate but minor impact on individuals because they relate to widely held prejudice or stereotypes.

Safe-spaces – Physical spaces that are designed to be offence free where victimised groups can go without feeling persecuted. Any right-wing ideas or ideas that are identarian to traditional groups such as males, white or Christians are banned, however criticism of those traditional groups is allowed.

Trigger-warning – A need to warn individuals or groups if something potentially offensive is about to be said. For example, if someone says they don't want affirmative action I.e. They actually want Equal treatment of people; a trigger warning might be required.

Slurs – A sliding scale of terms for race, gender, religious or sexuality groups that are considered to be offensive. Usually terms become offensive 15 or 20 years after general usage, however this window of time is constantly shortening.

Offenders – People who transgress PST ideology, and hence require punishment in the form of criminal, employment or social sanction.

Self-policing – A system of individuals restricting their speech in order to be compliant with the requirements of PST, and thus preventing bans from social media, no platforming or legal action from the police of the courts.





Crime

Crime by victim groups – A denial that victim groups can be overrepresented in crime statistics, for example stabbings in London.

Oppressor group characterisation of crime – The association of a crime with an oppressor group, when in fact all groups are involved, for example ignore the fact that domestic violence is 40% against men (he probably deserved it)



Hate

Hate Speech – Speech that causes offense to individuals or so-called oppressed groups.

Free Speech – Free speech is considered to be a trojan horse used by haters to be able to air their poisonous views.

Hate facts – These are facts which cause offence to individuals or groups (meaning that they are facts which negate the PST theory).

Hate Group – An identarian group that advocates for oppressor/ traditional groups such as whites, males or Christians, as opposed to radical feminism which can say things about without limit and be considered very progressive.





Opposition

Fascist – A term used for anyone that a person who believes in PST opposes, regardless of their views i.e. libertarian, a U.S. Republican, social conservative, anti-immigration, or actual fascist. Ironically a PST believer may call a person who is arguing for freedom from the state imposing PST/ Political Correctness rhetoric to influence people’s behaviour a fascist.



Education

Social Justice – A slant on topics in universities, especially the humanities which entail retributive justice against oppressor groups/ traditional groups. For example, in American universities there is a saying "bash dead white people”.





State & Ideology

State Funded - The assumption that government is an autonomous funding source, even though the government is not a source of money, and doesn’t have its own money. This perception is caused by the fact that the sums of money involved in government appear large.

Censorship – Part of the role of government is to censor speech so that there is no hate speech.

Hierarchies – Hierarchies are considered to be undesirable and unnatural tyrannies which oppress the individual, and/or oppressed groups. In actual fact hierarchies tend to be caused by competence.

Real communism – This term is used to suggest that the types of communism that have been tried out have not been the correct interpretations of communism, and hence failed. Therefore, the correct type of communism should be implemented in the future.

Change – The perception that movement towards leftist postmodern social constructionist ideas is inevitable and represents progress.

Majority/ minority driven change - Hate the majority trying to change minorities e.g. The Spanish encroachment on indigenous South American cultures, but like minorities changing majorities e.g. Sharia courts in the UK.









Identity Group Based



Traditional Groups

Disqualification – A suggestion that members of oppressor groups may not be qualified for a position due to their inherent prejudice e.g. Asking Jacob Reed Mogg if his religion might be a problem for position (but not Sadiq Kahn the same question)



Race

Uncle Tom - A member of an oppressed group which identifies with the oppressor group (e.g. A black policeman to Antifa).

Transracialism – A person who is another race to their biological race due to the fact that they feel and perceive themselves to be another race.

White Privilege – The privilege that is bestowed upon white people over and above other races through the accident of birth.

Open Borders - A need for open borders because controlling borders is oppressive and restricts diversity which is a must.

White/ European focus on slavery – PST believers pretend that slavery was only European/ from white people when it fact it existed worldwide, and still exists in some territories. White Europeans and Americans ended slavery first.



Islam

Contradictions with PST beliefs – Rejects the fact that Islam contradicts a number of PST values including feminism, and gay rights. E.g. a person states that stating that Islam contradicts feminism is racist.

Feminist alliance – Feminists which are ideologically in contradiction with Islam, yet many are aligned to Islam.

Double standards – Gay marriage is often promoted for churches but not for mosques.

Terrorism – Islamic terrorism is often minimised.

Grooming gangs - Authorities ignored Muslim grooming gangs in Rotherham and other UK cities





Feminism

Male privilege – The privilege that is enjoyed by males over and above females due the elevated position that they are awarded by society.

Patriarchy - The collection of white males as a whole, who under the theory of PST control the world as a whole and all other people with their privilege.

Mansplaining – Used to convey that a male is producing a verbal diatribe, however it is often used towards any male that disagrees with feminism and wants to have a genuine discussion.

First wave feminism – This promoted equal contract and property rights for women, and the prevention of ownership of women.

Second wave feminism – This focused-on equality and discrimination, for example equality of opportunity for employment.

Third wave feminism - This introduced the idea intersectionality, meaning segmenting feminism with the victim aspects of race, ethnicity, class, religion, gender, and nationality.

Fourth wave feminism - Seeks to argue that gender is a social construct by those seeking power. Through rejection of exclusively CIS gendered identifies, one could reject the basis on which discrimination was built upon.





Homosexuality

Gay Propaganda – Considers the Russian, Islamic, right-wing and libertarian view of stop gay propaganda as homophobic. (Unacceptance of extremes considered total bigotry)





Transgenderism

Gender – There is a constantly expanding number of genders, currently at 71, and these include the various non-binary forms of gender, and personality forms that include gendered shadow or spirit states.

Male/ female offensive - Can't say male/ female because it might offend transgenders (London Underground policy)

Fourth-wave feminism - Forcing acceptance of non-binary genders through language policing

CIS Gendered - A person whose gender identify is constant and coincides with their birth gender.

Hetero-normative - A negative connotation towards people whose value system regards heterosexual relationships to be the norm, for example the assumption that marriage is between a man and a woman.

CIS Normative - A negative connotation towards people whose value system regards gender to be constant and to coincide with birth gender.

Non-binary / gender fluidity – A gender state of an individual that changes from day to day between male, female or any of the other genders produced by the theory.

Binary gender privilege – Privilege enjoyed by people who are gender binary over and above people who are gender fluid.

Transphobia – An irrational fear of trans people or the constructs build being around the trans phenomenon.

Transgender Pronouns – A series of genderless terms that are designed to be used to refer to transgender people with for example ze, sie, hir, co, and ey.

Terf – A Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist, meaning that the do not belief that transgender women are real women and therefore subject to the rights of feminism.

Gender-neutral babies - A recent trend of parents brining up babies without a gender and with the use of gender-neutral terms.



Disability

Ableism – The sense of entitlement and privilege enjoyed by able bodies people and the assumption that all people have the same abilities.

So, which subject of STEM are you studying?
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So, which subject of STEM are you studying?
Mechanical Engineering.
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what do you want to get out of this? Its hard to have a discussion when someone starts with a long list of terms?

If you are just compiling terms, for what purpose?
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Read the definition of the first, term, then reread it and read it carefully, as opposed to seeing just a list of terms.

Then look at a few more, and you may see the point.

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what do you want to get out of this? Its hard to have a discussion when someone starts with a long list of terms?

If you are just compiling terms, for what purpose?
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Read the definition of the first, term, then reread it and read it carefully, as opposed to seeing just a list of terms.

Then look at a few more, and you may see the point.
I still don't quite see what you are expecting people to reply or say? I mean, I've read them all, its just a list of terms as defined by your understanding. Some I agree with, some I don't. Its far to long for me to go through and reply to each, and I can't imagine that that's what you want people to get from this anyway. So I am still confused.

Maybe you could just write a more concise version of your position, or pick a single area to discuss. I like discussing/debating this type of thing, but its hard to make any intelligent conversation or give any decent reply to someone who just throws their definitions of 50 terms out there.
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