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Audra L

Audra L. is an author, columnist and community activist who's dedicated to finding truth through research and effective communication. She received her degree in Public Policy and teaches Community Development, Public Speaking and Communications Law to youth throughout the nation. She is the recipient of over 23 awards and honors for her commitment to community outreach initiatives.

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    Alan Ball

    I have no intention of defending this guy, but I have been myself called a sexist for refusing to use a person’s pronoun or singing the original lyrics to original songs where the original pronouns have been crudely erased and “inclusive” language put into their place. To me, this is akin in technique, intent, and morality to what the Ministry of Truth did to messages and text in their own intolerance, bigotry, and hypocrisy. In the case you pointed out, I wonder if some of the accusers are as bad as this particular miscreant, just ready to abuse a different race, ethnicity, political persuasion, or whatever. The epithet of “Racist!” for example, is now so overused that it is losing its potency and, if present trends continue, will lose its effectiveness in shaming genuine racists like the guy you have called out.

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