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|WikiProject Discrimination||(Rated Template-class)|
Would an article about a tax imposed on non-believers of a given religion be a reasonable candidate? Some think not?
Is "pedophobia" really a kind of discrimination or a part of the social justice movement?
Add these three?
Add Discrimination against atheists, Religious discrimination against Neopagans and Christian privilege? White Privilege and Male Privilege are already added, and since this is about discrimination, Discrimination against atheists, and Religious discrimination against Neopagans would fit perfectly, considering that the term "Discrimination" is are in them. Also, since discrimination also covers privileges, as stated previously, Christian privilege should also be added as well.
- I would say yes, as the first linked article contains "Atheists ineligible to hold office [in seven U.S. states]". @Mateoski06: you might want to sign your post above. K.e.coffman (talk) 20:23, 16 October 2016 (UTC)
- Originally this template was much larger. Forms of specific ethnic and religious discrimination got their own template to make this template smaller. Please see Template:Religious Persecution and Template:Anti-cultural sentiment for specific forms of religious and ethnic discrimination.-Rainbowofpeace (talk) 11:41, 2 December 2016 (UTC)