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Equal rights

transphobia

noun

hate or fear of transgender people

transphobic

adjective

human rights

noun

the rights that everyone should have in a society, including the right to express opinions about the government or to have protection from harm

equal

adjective

having or deserving the same rights and opportunities as other people

basic

adjective

basic rights are rights that everyone should be allowed to have

equality

noun

the state of being equal, especially in having the same rights, status, and opportunities

inclusion

noun

the belief that all people should feel that they are included in society, even if they lack some advantages

equal opportunity

noun

a situation in which people have the same opportunities in life as other people, without being treated in an unfair way because of their race, sex, sexuality, religion, or age

discrimination

noun

unfair treatment of someone because of their religion, race, or other personal features

prejudiced

adjective

someone who is prejudiced has an unreasonable opinion or feeling about someone or something, especially hatred or fear of a particular group of people

the deep web

a part of the Internet that cannot be accessed with conventional browsers or search tools, often used for illegal activity

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digital hermit

a person who avoids using modern technologies like e-mail or the Internet

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