Le Décathlon est un challenge de speedrun.
Il s'agit simplement d'apprendre 10 speedruns en 20 semaines, et de participer à de nombreux tournois (sur SpeedRunsLive).
Code of conduct :
We want to ensure that our community is as respectful as possible, that spectators can watch our streams and participants get integrated into the community without being disturbed or shocked by the behavior or vocabulary used. In the professional world and on the Internet, certain behaviors or words convey relations of domination (reflections of a factually unequal society) or are in themselves discriminatory. The Ultimate Decathlon should not be "like anywhere else" but "better than anywhere else", and we invite you to become aware of a number of problems and request any efforts to remedy them. We know that many members of the community are already sensitive to these issues.
Regarding behaviors, we have nothing to complain about so far. However, we prefer to take the lead and make it clear that participants are expected to maintain a good atmosphere and respect others and their differences. We can not forbid taunting or trash talk but we would like to remind you that this must happen in total reciprocity: make sure that others accept the way you address them. For the general atmosphere to be enjoyable for all, it is better to encourage and help each other rather than denigrate others. The Ultimate Decathlon must remain convivial, the goal being to surpass oneself. If the competition also has an important part in the event, it must remain strictly framed in a fun space where, on the other hand, rivalries and cheating have no place.
Concerning the vocabulary, we noticed the use of oppressive and violent terms. We put a strong emphasis on the problem of an oppressive vocabulary and not on oppressive people. Keep in mind that not being harmed by a term doesn’t mean someone else will not be, sexism, racism, transphobia, homophobia, ableism, sanism, rape culture… Discriminatory remarks must remain private and have no place on Mumble, Discord, nor on the stream or chat of the Ultimate Decathlon. We encourage you to apply the same rules to your streams.
We hope to be heard and understood and thank you for the efforts you will make to maintain a pleasant and respectful atmosphere. For those who do not follow these guidelines, measures and sanctions will be taken and may be followed by a permanent exclusion of the Ultimate Decathlon. In case of a trouble with a participant, or for any comment about these guidelines, please contact the team.
Oppressions / discriminations can take two forms: the systemic form and the individual form. We speak of a systemic form when the dominants (institutions, power, people, language...) and beyond the very structure of society, exclude / deprive the people subjected to the power, self-access to resources (money, education, housing, work ...) even to consciously or unconsciously reproduce the inegalitarian structure of society. Individual form is used when a person has a belief in the inequality between him and others based on nature or culture and derives a right or legitimacy to act or behave in an abusive or even discriminatory manner with others.
Individual racism is an ideology based on the belief that there is a hierarchy between human groups, "races", as well as a hostile and discriminatory attitude towards the individuals of these groups. Systemic racism is a structural balance of power, a different and unequal treatment of a group according to a trait or a set of traits, real or imaginary, socially constructed as "negative marks" or stigma ".
Individual homophobia is a hostile attitude towards people whose sexual and love preferences involve people of the same sex. For systemic homophobia, see "systemic racism".
Rape culture refers to the setting that downplays the seriousness of the various sexual assaults and sexual violences and their uses in contexts unrelated to the actual meaning of the words.
Ableism is an oppression (mistreatment and / or discrimination) concerning people with physical disabilities or against neuroatypical people (mental differences and mental disorders).
About sexism and transphobia some clarifications are necessary. The patriarchal society poses several problems from the get-go. First, the strict division of the human race into two sexes, even though the situation is less binary than that. Second, strict correspondence between gender and sex and an injunction to conform to this standard: males must behave in a masculine or even virile manner and females must behave in a feminine way. This gender separation is posited as natural even though it is a social construct, and it is posited as binary. A division is made by gender and by type of activities and spaces (sexist culture in the strict sense). Third, a value system that places men's superiority over women (such as gender). This symbolic superiority is the foundation of rights and legitimacy to exclude women from certain spaces, jobs, functions and resources in order to strengthen the system. Essentially to exclude women from power. It also consists in denigrating all the activities and spaces reserved for women and everything that relates more generally to femininity: everything related to it is considered futile or even degrading (misogynist culture).
Sexism (in the usual sense) is an oppressive attitude based on sex (or gender). This can take the form of injunctions to be or do this or that. It affects men and women, but women are particularly affected because of the patriarchal nature of our society: they are excluded from certain spaces and power, and what is connected with femininity is denigrated.
Transphobia is an oppressive attitude towards transgender people. It consists in denigrating people whose gender do not correspond to the society standard and / or all non-binary people (intersex people, agenders, trans women, trans men ...).
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