There's been a huge kerfuffle about "be nice" and a "Code of Conduct" and certain groups feeling "oppressed" or "insulted" or "marginalized" or whatever the offense has been over the last year or so. Why doesn't that apply to all groups and all posts?
This question was originally about changing a squawk code because the person didn't like the assigned squawk code because of religious reasons and it got jumped all over. The OP was insulted for his* religious beliefs and was belittled for his "superstitions". The post was heavily edited and every answer (at least the ones before the massive edits) included some sort of insult about the OP's beliefs.
If the OP had asked about what "she" could do because "her" co-pilot kept calling "her" "Bob" because that's what the paperwork said instead of the "Susan" "she" said "she" preferred and people's answers said "deal with it, you were hired as 'Bob', so 'Bob' it is", that answer would have been down voted into oblivion before being removed and the answerer would have gotten a severe slap on the wrist if not a ban of some duration. (And that's being "nice", the answerer would have most likely been given a lifetime ban with no opportunity for appeal or reprieve.)
Instead everyone belittled and insulted the poster for being "superstitious" and was, effectively, told that his beliefs were pointless and stupid because he had a religious reason for having those beliefs. I am ashamed to admit that my initial response was to agree with the edits, despite the fact that I agree with the OPs position and beliefs.
Sadly, I've realized that I agreed with the edits because I was being "nice" and trying to not make waves and trying to protect the OP from all the nasty backlash that he received. I want to publicly apologize to Tom for failing to back him and stand up for his rights to be heard and have his beliefs supported.
Unless someone from SE corporate speaks up about this post and the vile things that were said about Tom, the actions on this post make it clear that there is no true intent to "be nice" or to support a truly "inclusive culture". The SE corporate policy is clearly in place to support one particular position and to denigrate all who oppose it. Yes, I'm sure that I will now come under the scrutiny of the Politically Correct Police Enforcement Division of our StackExchange overlords because my opinion doesn't agree with theirs. It's amazing how they are all in support for "freedom" of expression and personal beliefs, except where someone disagrees with their position.
* Yes, I know, I'm taking a huge risk by assuming that a poster whose screen name is "Tom" is male and referring to him with a male pronoun could be considered offensive so some. However, based on the original text of the question, I doubt he will mind and if you do, I frankly don't care, I'm not talking about you.