If you were put in a position where the words used to describe you were not accurate, wouldn't you feel slighted if you were aware of those connotations?It was a reasonable point. I don't want to sift through every word to see if it has some kind of biased connotation.
and I missed this earlier:After birth, children mimic the people/things surrounding them and cannot dissociate certain terms immediately. If it were so easy to discern as not everyone, not even a third, will be taught to correct those misnomers nor care to as most people pattern themselves and either refuse to change or find it hard to change. It's as when people criticise a person for staying in an abusive relationship. The third party observing can discern that it's unhealthy for that victim and wonder why abused people allow it to happen by staying? Those abused people likely were psychologically alerted over time into that situation and it becomes hard to change even if they are aware they are being hurt and it's wrong.Originally Posted by Morphy
Annnnnd, you always claim people are too stupid and that you should think/decide things for them, right? So, wouldn't it be that they're beyond stupid in recognising anything outside of what's told to them and not understood by them?