On 07/07/17 15:45, Richard wrote:> It's a living document. I suspect the
wording changed and don't object
to our copy changing.
Understood. I'd like it if this was at least updated to match, then :)
My personal gripe is with the "Reverse' -isms"
line, as that almost
seems contradictory to the statement that everyone should be free
from harassment, since it reads as if it officially sanctioning
discrimination against a supposed dominant or majority group.
My understanding is that the purpose is to remove the requirement to
respond specifically to some classes of complaint that are pre-judged to
be without merit (the merit of the pre-judgement is a different topic).
I prefer the wording you just used here, rather than what's in the
document currently. Though I'm no English scholar so if my
interpretation is outright wrong, I apologise.
While the nature of the complaint means that it's more likely to
from some groups, other complaints are to be handled equally seriously
independently of the groups of who the complaint is from and who it is
Again, I prefer the wording here. The statement as in the document makes