Racism And Sexism Change With Language; Slowly

Language changes slowly, with our changing attitudes and values

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Talking about what we talk about

There is sexism and racism in our everyday language. There are more words for a “loose” woman than there are stars in the Oscar audience. There are whispered words of abuse of BIPOC people, or we…

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Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Ecopsychologist, Writer, Farmer, Defender of reality, and Cat Castle Custodian.

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