Rejected keyword: social-justice-warrior

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Is the keyword social-justice-warrior no longer acceptable? I submitted it to a half-dozen titles recently, but it appears to have been declined on all of them. However, the keyword currently remains on 137 other titles: https://archive.fo/SKd4H

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What persons (real or fictitious) is the term "social justice warrior" being used to describe in the context of the IMDb title pages to which it is (or to be, or desired to be, or ought to be) applied? The keyword should only apply to works that do in fact show or depict at least one social justice warrior, as opposed to somebody whom the makers of a work merely opine or accuse of being such. The problem is that the term supposedly, for nearly a decade's time, has mainly only ever used for accusing people of doing the following thing: advocating social "justice" (or variation thereof) purely out of pretension rather than out of having heart and soul in a particular collection of social issues.
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Yep!
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I'd like to see the keyword applied to any title in which a social justice warrior (as defined by the host or a panelist) is a significant topic of discussion. An obvious example would be the episode of THE SAAD TRUTH called "Social Justice Warrior Loses Her Bid to Get Me Fired." Like most episodes of the show, it is nothing more than the host talking into the camera. Any keywords would have to refer only to what the host is talking about.