Physical & mental: it affects your text Including Telemarketing List word usage about one's physical or mental characteristics goes way beyond the popular Instagram hashtag "body positivity." The point is that individuals are still too often identified with Telemarketing List certain characteristics in contexts where this is not relevant. For example, you only name a person's physical or mental characteristics if it matters to the text and you do not identify a person with his Telemarketing List disability. So the sentence 'The blind director works at his desk' becomes 'The visually impaired director works at his desk'. In this same list, a 'disabled person' is a 'person with a disability' and better still 'a person with a disability'.
Also read: How to keep function Telemarketing List names neutral (and therefore inclusive) Another interesting word in this category is the word 'thick'. There are already several inclusive discussions on social media about this term. Because in an inclusive writing style, this word is correct. It is only currently used incorrectly in the Dutch language. Many people use the word as a feeling ('I feel fat'), when it is really just a physical Telemarketing List description. Nothing more and nothing less.
Normalize the word 'fat' This puts Telemarketing List it in a negative light, despite this being just a description, just like 'thin'. Only 'thin' is seen as an ideal of beauty in our society. While 'fat' has many negative associations. Normalizing the Telemarketing List word 'thick', as we do with thin, can eventually lose its negative connotation. Have you ever heard of the term 'validism'? Most people should google it first, while it's still a Telemarketing List common exclusive mistake in texts.