Can you change the name of the 50 xp per day coaching level?
Using the term "insane" in this context is ableist.
Thank you, and thanks for creating such a terrific learning platform
I'm sure that in this case it is used as "Astonishingly good or impressive; amazing." https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/insane. So it does not belittle anybody.
Right, it's being used in the context of graded levels of language-learning intensity, related to more specific issues such as dedication/commitment, pacing, and goals, with "insane" being the highest intensity level or regimen that users can commit themselves to. I don't think they're using it as a slur or a pejorative to insult language-learners or anyone else, trying to dissuade them from earning 50 XP or more per day (quite the contrary).
using "unreal" in place of "insane" changes the meaning. the "insane" level implies that you have to be mentally sick to even consider setting this level. "unreal" means that this level does not actually exist. langage matters, and any bans on certain words make the language poorer.
You know what deeply offends me? These newspeak-y attempts to change our language(s) just because some words might cause offence to someone out there.
I suggest you read 1984 by George Orwell to find out what attempts to change a language so that a spade isn't called a spade anymore could lead to.