unstigmatized

unstigmatized

(ʌnˈstɪɡməˌtaɪzd) or

unstigmatised

adj
(Sociology) not stigmatized or shamed; not marked or tainted with a stigma
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If the sinner can hide the second sin (the abortion) by barricading herself in the abortion closet, normal unstigmatized life may proceed apace, the burdens of deception and suffering notwithstanding.
As the stigmatized and unstigmatized children grew up together, the perpetually-conjectured causes of their putative blood-based differences would be attributed to, for example, actual racism and racial discrimination, socio-economics, difficulties fitting into Japan's homogeneous society, social opprobrium associated with being abandoned by foreign fathers, or, as the Ministry of Education officially claimed, the "rough personalities" of the differentiated children themselves.
In his classical book Stigma, sociologist Erving Goffman describes an attitude he calls "the good adjustment": this is the attitude that unstigmatized persons want the stigmatized to have towards their own situation.
Building on our understanding of the symbolic roots of stigma, some theorists have proposed that unstigmatized classification is more a social reflection than personal accomplishment.
Language policy can affect the European linguistic market, the national linguistic market and the internal market of the minority language and have real economic and political effects, such as the appropriation of positions and economic advantages reserved for holders of legitimate competence, or the symbolic profits associated with the possession of a prestigious, or at least unstigmatized, social identity (Bourdieu 1991:259)" (Pachev 2002:4).
There, college students are encouraged--indeed, often urged--to take advantage of the increasingly unstigmatized psychological counseling found on campus.
The impetus for this designation seems to be that the existence of unstigmatized mothers successfully mothering outside of the traditional heterosexual family calls into question some of the basic components of patriarchal ideology.
The censor arrives, like the angel of the law after the Fall, or like Edwin Meese, standing with a fiery sword between us and some purer, freer form of expression, some barely imaginable possibility of direct representation, or in the case of homosexuality, of unstigmatized identity.
It also exposes individuals to eligibility determination procedures that are more localized, less uniform, and often more arbitrarily applied than those of unstigmatized government programs (such as Social Security).
Though marriage is not on Gabriella's mind, in many ways the voyage seems constructed by Welty to provide an initiation into unstigmatized aloneness, a fairy tale of sorts endorsing maidenhood.
A sense of community may be enhanced by the ethos that derives from the fact that the help is essentially free, shared, and unstigmatized.
Rent--For a stigmatized property rent could be less than for the same property unstigmatized.