Discussion on: Test, test, are we live?

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Dylan Green • Edited on

I was joining looking for an inclusive community around a nice new programming language, only to find that this community promotes and allowed racism, sexism, and cisphobia if it's directed at someone "non-marginalized". This is a very bad policy that creates hostile environments. If you're saying that the comfort of "reverse"-ists are more important than my safety, than you are not following your own rules. I accept the code of conduct, EXCEPT for this part. I will criticize it where I see it. Hopefully it doesn't come to that. A very racist/sexist/cisphobic Code of Conduct policy