It seems our social attitudes to issues of discrimination are confused. For example, "racism". To use that word uses language that assumes that indeed humanity is composed of separate "races". This makes it even difficult to discuss such issues of discrimination, without falling into the trap of using language that presumes fundamental differences exist in the first place. We are not a single species composed of many races - but a single race with many physical, cultural, and personal differentiations. To therefore change discrimination on issues such as skin colour, do we therefore need a new way of addressing this with language?