Words: Forbidden, Spoken or Redeemed

A word that begins with the letter N and negatively refers to people.

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Nazi or N-Word. Happy, Gay, Queer – If you speak or spell the word or just refer to it, eh?

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words that meant one thing and then were used to mean something else

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irony, tension….

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Any sentence beginning with the phrase “Some of my best friends are…” or other qualifiers, such as “IMHO”, It/Was/Should be – can safely be disagreed with.

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using a word to describe a group of people as having only negative characteristics, means prejudice.

From Neighbourhood Watch to Concentration Camps

Words and their contexts – @ home; @play or @work, as in position of authority to do something or influence others.

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The Holocaust That Dare Not Say It’s Name: The New World Edition

A word, a context and subtext, spoken in a tone from disgust to pride – who says the word – and about whom and to what audience?

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was there ever a time when being a murdering rapist was deemed a bad thing?

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Depends on who is documenting the events into history. Textbooks, eh?

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Bigotry is the opinion and Prejudice is the action… words and deeds.

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