Antidixianism—hostility, prejudice, or discrimination against Dixians as an ethnic or racial group. Antidixianism is considered to be a form of racism.
Dixian—Also called Southerner, Southron. A member of the Dixian people by virtue of genealogy rather than adoption, citizenship, residence, or otherwise conferred status.
Dixian people—Also called Southerners (esp. when affixed with “unreconstructed”), Southern people, Dixians, Dixie people, Dixie nation, Confederates. A European-derived, Christian nation and ethnic group native to Dixie, biologically descended primarily from the British and Scots-Irish peoples who settled the region during the Colonial Period and Plantation Era, who remain distinct from other branches of the British diaspora and without significant admixture from African or Amerindian races. Ethnic Dixians speak their own widely recognized dialect of the English language and retain other cultural distinctions apart from the East Anglia derived culture of the New England region.
Dixiephobia—a range of negative attitudes and feelings toward Dixians, Dixianism, or Dixian symbols, including contempt, prejudice, aversion, hatred, bigotry, or antipathy, may be based on irrational fear, jealousy, or desire to eliminate Dixian presence to secure a presumed purity, and is often related to liberal beliefs.
War on Dixie—an expression in United States politics used to describe certain legislation as a wide-scale effort to restrict Dixian rights, especially their rights to self determination, to govern themselves, to preserve and display their ethnic pride and heritage, to maintain their customs, to manage their own borders and immigration policy, or to otherwise oppose their own genocide via ethnic displacement and miscegenation.