In this transcript, the speaker begins by acknowledging a document on inclusive language shared on Twitter and expresses their lack of opposition to inclusive language. They highlight the concerns around the trend of policing and sanitizing language while acknowledging the legitimacy of the concept of systemic violence linked to language. The speaker also points out the problem of a binary mindset where any word with historical implications is immediately associated with extreme labels like Nazi. They mention the impact of such language policing on policy, politics, and gender issues. They urge people to consider the context and intent behind words and not get caught up in the language debate, emphasizing the importance of getting along and not playing the victim. They then proceed to discuss a specific document from Colorado State University on inclusive communications, criticizing the ambiguity of terms like “don’t be a dick” and expressing concerns about the determination of what constitutes hate speech. The speaker concludes by highlighting the humorous aspects of the document and acknowledges the ever-evolving nature of language.