Monday, June 06, 2005


I have no problem with "inclusive language". If people who, say, don't have the use of their legs want their condition referred to as "physically challenged" instead of disabled, or crippled, or whatever, I'm honestly happy to cooperate.

I do have a problem, though, when I read an article implying I should care about the public policy implications of some difficult condition, and because they exclusively use a new (to me) term, I can't figure out exactly what the hell it is they're talking about.


Post a Comment

<< Home