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Baizuo

The Chinese take a different approach to the challenges of the present day.  I just came upon this new word, which is definitely more fun to use than "SJW". From Urban Dictionary:  

Baizuo (pronounced 'bye-tswaw') is a Chinese epithet meaning naive western educated person who advocated for peace and equality only to satisfy their own feeling of moral superiority. A baizuo only cares about topics such as immigration, minorities, LGBT and the environment; while being obsessed with political correctness to the extent that they import backwards Islamic values for the sake of multiculturalism.

The Chinese see the baizuo as ignorant and arrogant westerners who pity the rest of the world and think they are saviours.

My school is over-budget so they're cutting STEM classes because the Gender-studies and African-studies departments put fliers up all over the school claiming it would be racist/sexist to cut their classes. Fucking baizuo.

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