There's definitely an issue at play here that results from largely neurotypical psychologists naming symptoms and disorders using words that already inherently have +
But whilst we're not at that point yet, we need to be conscious of the implications of our language. Like, yes, +
As with tackling all forms of marginalisation and bigotry, there's nuance, and there's a lot of societal stigma to undo, and replacing problematic language without thinking about what we're replacing it with and why, isn't going to fix the underlying problem of +
TL;DR - don't just straight swap overtly ableist terms for covert descriptions that still have ableist connotations. Think about what the behaviour you're criticising is, and why it's bad. Is that bc it's harmful, or bc it resembles MI symptoms?