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yeah, i don't like identity politics either, which is why i put "community" in quotes, because i'm admitting that while i talk about these things, i am making generalizations which are often not fair to anyone...

but if your trying not to apply identity politics to a "certain peoples", then why are you in the article saying that you want to appeal to people who only speak spanish (as you call them, "monoglot hispanophones"...i mean, you're talking about translating to spanish but i'm having issues interpreting what you're saying as a relatively-well-read native-english-speaker).

I'm seeing in your language that you're overall trying to diversify the words from being dominantly english/french to being more pluralistic...but then again, i don't get your argument to be completely honest with you. If it's about accessibility, the goal is then making it extremely easy to understand.