48. The Happy Hooker Syndrome (n): The happy hooker syndrome is the thought process by which a person ascribes ideal conditions on something awful, to either excuse, legitimize, or defend his/her sense of privilege and/or moral superiority.
Named after the classic example of people assuming that prostitutes do what they do because they "like sex" or "want to make sure everyone can get their kink on", or even that they do it by choice. Needless to say, in all but a few outliers1, this is ignoring several brutal realities (pimps, drug abuse, depersonalization, desensitization, disease, early death).
Another example is a person claiming that people are on government assistance because they prefer to be on government assistance (amidst claims that people on assistance are living the life of Rielly).
A more antiquated example: "Those People prefer to be among their own kind, wearing their gaudy clothes, and playing their instruments on their front porches."
1 Curiously enough, EVERYONE arguing this point seems to know a Happy Hooker. I've never met one, and throughout the course of my careers, I have literally met hundreds of prostitutes.