The Lexicon of the Insane

Attempting to understand the meaning of anything these Social Justice Warriors say in conversation, is maddening. So, I’ve decided to post the Official Glossary as defined by these mentally ill groups and their “enablers”. Enjoy…preferably while drinking heavily. This glossary will focus on how such terms are used in practice rather than how social justice warriors might define them in theory. The deranged are Legion.

Ableism
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects people with disabilities, regardless of validity.

Ablesplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a able-bodied person to a disabled person. See Condesplaining

AFAB/AMAB
(abbreviation): assigned female/male at birth. This tends to be a statement of biological reality concerning people whose brains do not conform to said reality.

Ageism
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects young or old people, regardless of validity.

Agesplaining
(verb): condesplaining to a person of a different age. See Condesplaining

Agender
(adjective): a person who identifies with no gender. Usually (but not always) a denial of biological reality.

Ally
(adjective): someone considered to be part of a privileged group who works with social justice warriors to achieve their goals.

Appropriation
(noun): the use of parts of a culture by someone who does not identify as a person from that culture. Although appropriation has been responsible for the spread of new and better ideas and technology throughout the world, social justice warriors view appropriation as problematic.

Bigender
(adjective): a person who identifies as a mixture of two genders. Usually (but not always) a denial of biological reality. See Intersex

Bigotry
1. (noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects a group which is said to lack privilege, regardless of validity. See Ableism, Ageism, Anti-Semitism, Biphobia, Cissexism, Classism, Condesplaining, Heterosexism, Homophobia, Islamophobia, Racism, Religious oppression, Sexism, Transphobia
2. (noun): a combination of prejudice and power.

Biphobia
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects bisexuals, pansexuals, polysexuals, or genderfluid people, regardless of validity.
Birth-assigned sex
(noun): see AFAB/AMAB

Brocialism
(noun): the belief that socialism will result in gender equality. This term is used by social justice warriors to accuse fellow-travelers of sexism.
Body positivity
(noun): acceptance and advocacy of unhealthy body weight.

CAFAB/CAMAB
(abbreviation): coercively assigned female/male at birth. A term used by social justice warriors for an intersex child who is assigned a gender by parents and/or doctors.
Check your privilege
(phrase): an annoying phrase used by social justice warriors to silence someone.

Cisabled
(adjective): a person who identifies with the ability/disability indicated by their externally observable features. This is a sign of a healthy mind.

Cisethnic
(adjective): a person who identifies with the ethnicity indicated by their externally observable features. This is a sign of a healthy mind.

Cisgender
(adjective): a person who identifies with the gender indicated by their externally observable features. This is a sign of a healthy mind.

Cishet
(abbreviation): cisgender heterosexual.

Cisplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a cisgendered person to a transgendered person. See Condesplaining

Cissexism
(noun): any system that does not cater to the whims of transgendered people.

Classism
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects people of lower social standing and/or little wealth, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of classism against wealthy people, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Classplaining
(verb): See Econosplaining

Collusion
1. (verb): to support traditional and/or dominant power structures.
2. (verb): to work against social justice warriors.

Condesplaining
(verb): the act of a person said to be privileged explaining something to a person said to be oppressed.

Consent
(verb): to agree to participate in an activity, especially activity of a sexual nature. Consent cannot be given when someone is intoxicated, unconscious, or has been threatened or manipulated into compliance, but social justice warriors only recognize this if a female is in such a condition.

Content Warning
(noun): an alternative to trigger warnings which were created because some people complained that a trigger warning is itself triggering. See Trigger Warning and Triggering

Cotton ceiling
(noun): the tendency of transgender women to be excluded from opportunities and privileges available to cisgender women. See TERF

Cultural appropriation
(noun): see Appropriation

Cultural erasure
(noun): the demand that immigrants fit into the cultures of their new countries. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of cultural erasure of the nation hosting the immigrants, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Dangerous
(adjective): See Problematic

Degendering
(verb): to deny an individual the agency to choose one’s gender identity.

Denial
1. (verb): any doubt whatsoever in the truth of social justice.
2. (verb): any doubt whatsoever in the truth of any statement by a member of a victim class. See Victim class

Derail
(verb): to divert a discussion from its intended topic. This is frequently done by social justice warriors through a variety of means, including accusations of bigotry, unchecked privilege, etc.

Discredited
(adjective): scientific findings that disagree with the social justice narrative. This word is typically used as though it were a magic spell to repel uncomfortable truths.

Discrimination
(noun): the expression of any less-than-favorable preference toward a person or group believed to be less privileged or more oppressed than oneself, regardless of validity.

Diversity
(noun): the idea of hiring employees and accepting students for the purpose of achieving certain quotas of victim class members. This often reduces the quality of student bodies and workforces. See Victim class

Dudebro
(adjective): a derogatory term for a young straight white cishet male who has opinions contrary to social justice dogma.

Econosplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a wealthier person to a poorer person. See Condesplaining

Edgelord
(noun): a less extreme version of a shitlord. See Shitlord

Enemy
(adjective): any person or institution that is insufficiently leftist.

Essentialism
(noun): the idea that people, objects, and ideas can be identified based on externally observable features. Although this is empirically true, social justice warriors consider this idea to be problematic.

Ethnocentrism
1. (noun): the idea that one’s own culture is superior to others. This is viewed negatively by social justice warriors, even if it is factually justified.
2. (verb): to judge other culture by the standards and values of one’s own culture.

FAAB
(abbreviation): See AFAB

Fascist
(adjective): See Enemy

Fat acceptance
(noun): See Body positivity

Feminism
(noun): the idea that women should have the same rights and privileges as men without having the same responsibilities and drawbacks.

Gatekeeping
(verb): to exclude people from a broader community to which they belong. See Horizontal oppression

Gender
(noun): the socially constructed roles for each biological sex.

Gender binary
(noun): the idea that there are only two genders; male and female. This is viewed as problematic by social justice warriors, despite being based on biological facts.

Gender Equality
(noun): the belief that people should receive equal treatment and not be discriminated against on the basis of gender. Frequently accompanied by a denial of inherent biological differences between the genders.

Gender expression
(noun): a person’s external presentation of gender. This may or may not be in alignment with either biological reality or one’s gender identity.

Gender identity
(noun): a person’s internal sense of gender. This may or may not be in alignment with biological reality.

Genderfluid
(noun): a gender identity that changes over time. No biological basis for such an identity exists in humans.

Genderqueer
(noun): an umbrella term for gender identities other than male and female. See Third gender.

Hate crime
(noun): a crime said to be motivated by bigotry against some aspect of the identity of the victim, such as race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or disability. Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of hate crimes against people who are said to be privileged.

Healthy at any size
(phrase): the belief that being morbidly obese is a life choice with no negative consequences. In reality, obesity leads to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, chronic joint pain, and many other illnesses. See Body positive
Heteronormative
(noun): the belief that heterosexuality is the only acceptable, natural, or normal sexual orientation. This is important for maintaining and defending traditional societies, so social justice warriors oppose it.

Heterosexism
(noun): the individual and collective beliefs and practices that favor heterosexuality. This is said to cause unjust oppression of non-heterosexuals.
Heterosplaining
(verb): Condesplaining by a heterosexual person to an LGBT person. See Condesplaining
Hijra
(adjective): see Third gender

Homophobia
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects homosexuals, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of bigotry against heterosexuals, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Horizontal oppression
(noun): the support of traditional and/or dominant power structures by members of victim classes, especially when it negatively affects other members of victim classes. See Collusion, Internalized oppression, and Victim class

Inclusion theater
(verb): to appear to practice diversity and inclusivity without actually doing so. This is commonly done to avoid the wrath of social justice warriors without actually kowtowing to their demands.

Inclusivity
(noun): the goal of removing all barriers to participation in society for members of victim classes. This is a primary goal of social justice. See Diversity and Victim class

Injustice
(noun): any action that is in disagreement with social justice dogma.
Internalized inferiority
(noun): see Internalized oppression
Internalized oppression
(noun): a term used to denounce a member of a group said to be oppressed who deviates from social justice ideology. Variants include internalized racism, internalized misogyny, internalized homophobia, etc. See Victim class
Internalized superiority
(noun): a term used to denounce a member of a group said to be privileged who deviates from social justice ideology.

Intersectionality
(noun): the social justice warrior method for analyzing the various privileges or oppressions that a person may experience. See Progressive stack

Intersex
(adjective): a person who is born with genitals which are not male or female, but something in between. While a legitimate concern, social justice warriors spend relatively little time addressing it.

Islamophobia
1. (noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects Muslims, regardless of validity.
2. (noun): any criticism of Islam, regardless of validity.

It’s (insert current year)!
(interjection): a frustrated declaration that one should agree with social justice warriors. Often used in place of a valid argument.

Kyriarchy
(noun): see Intersectionality
LGBTTQQIAAP+
(abbreviation): refers to the ever-expanding list of non-heterosexual orientations. Using a smaller, less current version can be seen as problematic and non-inclusive.

MAAB
(abbreviation): See AMAB

Manarchism
(noun): the belief that social anarchism will result in gender equality. This term is used by social justice warriors to accuse fellow-travelers of sexism. See Brocialism

Mansplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a man to a woman. See Condesplaining

Men’s rights activist (MRA)
(noun): any man who rejects social justice dogma, especially of the feminist variety. See Enemy

Microaggression
(noun): any activity that makes a social justice warrior uncomfortable. In reality, there is no such thing as a microaggression because the law of excluded middle requires that an act be either aggressive or non-aggressive.

Misogyny
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects females, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of sexism against men (misandry), due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Neurosexism
(noun): the belief that gender differences in behavior, character, and intelligence are caused by biological differences in brains. Although this is empirically true, social justice warriors consider this idea to be problematic.

Neutrois
(adjective): See Agender

NTsplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a neurotypical person to a neurodivergent person. See Condesplaining

Open letter
(phrase): a method by which social justice warriors publicly whine about whatever they find to be problematic at the moment. See Problematic

Oppression
1. (noun): discrimination at the group or societal level. See Discrimination
2. (noun): see Microaggression
Other
1. (noun): the idea that other people and groups are distinct beings different from oneself, even if they are not believed to be inferior.
2. (adjective): a person or group recognized as distinct from oneself.
3. (verb): to place another person or group into the position of an Other. This is generally a useful way of dealing with social justice warriors, as well as some of the more delusional types of people mentioned in this glossary.

Otherkin
(adjective): a person who self-identifies as a non-human. Otherkin are either one of the most delusional types of people given consideration in social justice ideology or trolls who are faking it to make fun of social justice warriors.

Oppression
1. (noun): systemically enforced social inequality embedded in individuals and institutions.
2. (noun): material and structural constraints that hinder a person’s opportunities.
3. (noun): any hierarchical relationship, regardless of validity.
4. (noun): any opposition to social justice dogma.

Pansexual
(adjective): a synonym for bisexual used by people who reject the gender binary. See Bisexual and Gender binary

Passing
1. (noun): the phenomenon in which a member of a victim class appears to be a member of a privileged class, and can thus access some level of privilege that other members of the victim class cannot. Variants include white-passing, straight-passing, etc.
2. (verb): to appear to be a member of a privileged class when one is not.
3. (verb): to cross over from one community to another without detection.

Patriarchy
(noun): a system of male dominance that suppresses non-masculine traits and behaviors. This is considered to be problematic by social justice warriors, even if such a system is formed voluntarily and proves more successful than other forms of social organization.

Policing
(verb): to reprimand a person who is not acting in accordance with social justice ideology, regardless of validity.

Polysexual
(adjective): see Pansexual
Power
1. (noun): a person’s perception of one’s ability to influence outcomes to meet one’s needs and wants.
2. (noun): the ability to make decisions that affect another person
3. (noun): control of societal institutions

Prejudice
(noun): a pre-judgment of an individual or group, usually based on stereotypes.

Prejudice plus power
(phrase): the social justice warrior standard for bigotry. This leads them to deny possibilities such as anti-white racism, misandry, heterophobia, cisphobia, and other bigotry against groups said to be privileged.

Pride
(noun): the celebration of a non-cisgendered identity or non-heterosexual orientation, despite the fact that having such an identity or orientation is innate and not an accomplishment.

Privilege
(noun): the sum of the advantages (or lack of disadvantages) that a person or group has, regardless of whether those advantages are innate, legitimately earned, or illegitimately taken. Social justice warriors view privileged people as normative and claim that privileged people view others as unnatural or deviant.

Privilege blindness
(noun): a lack of awareness of one’s privilege.

Privsplaining
(verb): See Condesplaining

Problematic
(adjective): that which is at odds with progressive or social justice ideology, regardless of truth value. This glossary would be considered highly problematic.

Progressive stack
(noun): an arbitrary and capricious method used to decide how privileged a person is relative to others. Often referred to by non-SJWs as the Oppression Olympics. See Intersectionality

Pronouns
(noun): invented words for other genders. Social justice warriors sometimes demand that other people call them by these words and become enraged when their fantasies are not indulged, not unlike a child’s tempertantrum.

Pseudoscience
(adjective): See Discredited

Queer
(noun): an umbrella term for all non-heterosexual, non-binary people.

Questioning
(adjective): a person who is unsure of one’s gender identity or sexual orientation.

Racism
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects minority racial groups, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of racism against white people, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Rape culture
(noun): the belief that brutally victimizing women while they scream for help is socially acceptable.

Reactionary
(adjective): See Enemy and Problematic

Religious oppression
(verb): any criticism or negative sentiment based on religious beliefs and/or practices, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of religious oppression against Christians, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Right side of history
(phrase): a trendy political position in the present that is highly detrimental to future generations.

Safe space
(noun): a location where emotionally unstable and/or immature people who are upset may gather to receive comfort and counseling for the traumatic experience of being exposed to a mere difference of opinion.

Self-identification
(noun): the idea that one can choose one’s identity, regardless of empirical facts.

Sexism
(noun): see Feminism. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of sexism against men, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Shaming
(verb): to suggest that degenerate behavior has negative consequences and should therefore be discouraged. Social justice warriors consider this to be problematic.

Shitlord
(noun): a person who engages in problematic speech and/or behavior. See Problematic

Sizesplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a “normal-sized” person to a person widely perceived to be too small or large. See Condesplaining

Social construct
(noun): an idea created and developed in society. While a valid concept, social justice warriors misuse this concept to reject a priori truths.

Social justice
(noun): the goal of equalizing participation in society, redistributing resources, and providing safety and security for all. In practice, this always results in advocacy of socialism or communism, and social justice warriors tend to be willing to commit injustices in the name of this greater good.

Stay Woke
(phrase): an annoying phrase uttered by both social justice warriors and non-SJWs to advise other people to hold true to their beliefs.

Stereotype
(noun): a fixed image about a person or group that collectivizes them and denies their individuality. Social justice warriors tend to reject these unless they concern people said to be privileged, but they tend to ignore the fact that stereotypes frequently have a basis in reality.

Straightsplaining
(verb): See Heterosplaining

SWERF
(abbreviation): sex-worker exclusionary radical feminism. Some social justice warriors meet this description, while others find the concept to be problematic.

SWETERF
(abbreviation): See SWERF and TERF

TERF
(abbreviation): trans-exclusionary radical feminism. Some social justice warriors meet this description, while others find the concept to be problematic.

Thinsplaining
(verb): See Sizesplaining

Third gender
(adjective): a distinct gender that is neither male nor female. No biological basis for such an identity exists in humans.

Transabled
(adjective): a person who does not identify with the ability/disability indicated by their externally observable features. This is usually a sign of an unhealthy mind and may lead a person to alter one’s externally observable features in an effort to make them resemble that of one’s ability identity. This may include self-harm.

Transethnic
(adjective): a person who does not identify with the ethnicity indicated by their externally observable features. This is usually a sign of an unhealthy mind and may lead a person to alter one’s externally observable features in an effort to make them resemble that of one’s ethnic identity.

Transgender
(adjective): a person who does not identify with the gender indicated by their externally observable features. This is usually a sign of an unhealthy mind and may lead a person to alter one’s externally observable features in an effort to make them resemble that of one’s gender identity.

Transphobia
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects transgender people, regardless of validity. Note: Most social justice warriors deny the possibility of bigotry against cisgendered people, due to their belief that bigotry is a combination of prejudice and power.

Transsexual
(noun): a person who alters one’s presentation to express one’s gender identity. See Gender identity

Trigger Warning
(noun): an advisory that following content may upset emotionally unstable and/or immature people.

Triggering
1. (adjective): content may upset emotionally unstable and/or immature people.
2. (verb): to engage in communication which may upset emotionally unstable and/or immature people.

Troll
1. (verb): to publicly disagree with, criticize, or debate a social justice warrior.
2. (adjective): a person who does the aforementioned.

Truscum
(noun): people who claim that being transgender requires one to have gender dysphoria.

Tucute
(noun): people who claim that being transgender does not require one to have gender dysphoria.

Two-spirit
(noun): see Genderfluid

Verbal violence
(noun): the nonsensical idea that speaking words can inflict physical harm on someone.

Victim
(noun): a member of a victim class. See Victim class

Victim blaming
(verb): to suggest that people have some responsibility for their own well-being and self-defense.

Victim blindness
(verb): a lack of awareness of one’s victim status.

Victim class
(noun): a group of people said to be oppressed by dominant beliefs, practices, and institutions.

White nationalism
(noun): any effort by white people to form a group identity and advocate for the interest of their group.

White privilege
(noun): the belief that white people have inherent advantages due to widespread racism.

Whitesplaining
(verb): condesplaining by a white person to a person of color. See Condesplaining

Whorephobia
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects sex workers, regardless of validity.

Xenophobia
(noun): any criticism or negative sentiment that affects people who are different from oneself, regardless of validity.

About JAMES A SINGER Owner of That Gun Guy Gun Shop

Retired U.S. Army and former Federal and State Law Enforcement Officer. A self-described Constitutionalist. I have a B.S. in Criminal Justice as well as coursework in political science / Constitutional law.
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4 Responses to The Lexicon of the Insane

  1. jilldennison says:

    Wow! You must have a lot of idle time to waste on all this.

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