A corporate-academic weasel word used mainly by people who sense that something may be oppressive, but don't want to do any actual thinking about what the problem is or why it exists. Also frequently used in progressive political settings among White People of a Certain Education to avoid using herd-frightening words like "racist" or "sexist."
by Scott & Hyacinth May 18, 2011
Used by University lecturers to say they disagree with a piece of literature while not outwardly expressing that fact. There is often a long pause before this line is delivered often with pointless hand gestures.
by NagarPhunga April 03, 2017
Being of extreme difficulty and just overall being extra for no reason. Causing problems for everyone because it's all they know how to do.
by thrasher bitch April 19, 2018
When asked by the service technician at the garage if his automobile transmission was a stick shift, Bubba, having just attained a GED, replied, "No, problematic."
by harry flashman September 01, 2003
by Dr. Sunglasses March 05, 2005
A blanket term that describes any action that upholds a system of oppression for any oppressed groups. Most commonly used in social justice communities.
by obsessedsim September 30, 2013
by Zyneith. May 13, 2018