Grants talk:IdeaLab/moderating for sexism instead of vulgarity

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Several QuestionsEdit

Interesting proposal, but I think this raises some questions that need to be addressed:

How will sexism defined?
Who makes the definition?
What doesn't constitute sexism in one culture, may in another. Whose cultural views and values predominate?
Is sexism a moral issue, and is this akin to enforcing morality?
Is this only addressing misogyny? Radical feminists have often used misandric statements to make a larger point (e.g. Andrea Dworkin), would their statements be censored?
Philip72 (talk) 05:53, 29 June 2016 (UTC)
California. the applicable law is linked for further study.[1] it is very specific. here is an essay explaining it. [2] Slowking4 (talk) 01:52, 30 June 2016 (UTC)

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