Use of the phrases "genetically superior" and "genetically inferior" (or similar phrases) are unacceptable.
If the claim is that a particular evolutionary selective mechanism is good for future survival (which it often isnt), then is HAS to be sourced with academic sources. The more the better. If the claim is that a particular evolutionary selective mechanism was good in the past but not today, use of present-tense phrases like "is genetically better" is both too vague and inaccurate with regards to time.
Why this policy?
- big, controversial claims need academic sources and not secondary sources (we are different from Wikipedia in this respect)
- social darwinism is used by feminists and incels to tell incels to kill themselves, without evidence