You know you’re in a culture war when you need to explain why you’re going to defend a cultural artifact or defend your community from a cultural attack.
When you do this, you’re likely to be accused of “cultural vandalism,” or “cultural fascism.”
Or maybe you’ve been accused of it yourself.
These accusations are all pretty standard, but they’re usually framed in a way that suggests that the attack on a cultural property is tantamount to a “cultural attack.”
So why do we need to use these terms?
Because it’s easy to use the word “cultural” when talking about cultural events or cultural artifacts.
That’s because the terms have a lot of different connotations.
For example, “cultural icon” might mean a person with a particular style of artwork or clothing.
“A cultural icon” may be someone who speaks or acts in a particular way.
“Cultural” means something specific.
It’s easy for someone to say, “I’m a cultural warrior.”
And that’s exactly what people do.
“Wearing a costume of a particular type on the street is a culturally insensitive act,” said Jennifer Tyszka, a professor of communication and cultural studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and a professor at the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Tyszeas studies cultural icon and cultural fascism.
She says that cultural icons have been used to define the kinds of people who should be considered “cultural warriors.”
“The problem with these terms is that the way you use them depends on who is using them,” Tyszes said.
And cultural icons, in particular, have a long history of being used as ways of defining people who are considered “white supremacists” or “bigots.”
“These terms are used to dehumanize and to make people think of white supremacists as ‘others’ that shouldn’t be considered,” Tiesz said.
“So these are not good ideas when it comes to discussing issues of cultural violence.”
For example: The term “cultural appropriation” was popularized by the hip-hop group Run-DMC.
The group is a rap group that often features rappers and artists who are known for appropriating cultural aspects of Native American culture, such as dance styles, traditional dress and music styles.
(In the group’s lyrics, the group refers to Native Americans as “our children.”)
When hip-hoppers in the group perform Native American songs, Run- DMC refers to the Native Americans in the songs as “mighty mule.”
The rapper Jay-Z recently used the term “wacko,” which was also popularized in the 1990s by rappers like Jay- Z and D’Angelo, in an anti-police song called “The Run-A-Bullshit.”
But as Tyszo says, “The term ‘cultural appropriation’ is not only a slur, it is a dehumanizing term that demonizes the Native American community.”
The term also perpetuates a “toxic culture,” she said.
As a culture, we have a strong history of racism.
We’re used to hearing people say that because we’re white, we’re somehow somehow more oppressed than other people.
But we’ve also learned to deal with racism, and this is where ‘cultural’ and ‘appropriation’ come in.
When we use terms like “cultural war,” it dehumanizes people.
“The most common thing that happens when we use the term ‘wackoo’ is that people think, ‘Oh, he’s a racist,’ ” Tysza said.
The problem is that there’s no historical context for that.
The term has historically been used as a term of attack, a label to stigmatize people for doing things that are perceived as racist.
Tieszeas said that cultural icon is a term that’s used for people who speak out against cultural vandalism.
She said that it’s not a valid term for a cultural war.
“That’s because a cultural icon doesn’t mean ‘white’ or ‘white supremacist,’ it means ‘people who want to see the world in a positive way,'” Tyszi said.
If you’ve ever heard someone say that, “We don’t like to be called racists,” then you know that you’re dealing with a cultural fascist.
If that happens, then you have an “anti-white racist,” Taysz said, and it’s a term you should avoid.
But, if you have a different opinion on race, it’s okay to use cultural icon.
“If someone wants to use a term like ‘cultural genocide’ or something like that, it should be avoided,” Tylza said, because it can lead to misunderstanding.
In other words, using a term in a politically incorrect way can lead people to think you’re saying, “Look, you guys can use that term as long as you don’t say it in a negative way.”
That’s not how it