politically correct

However, as so many people have become very oversensitive about everything, there are also increasing number of people responding
We push people to stay "woke" but the moment we find something that doesn't align with our views of another person -- we condemn.
Isn't it time honest Americans took the honesty-brand back from its knock-off peddlers and thieves? Isn't it time we dispensed of the backward notion that a historically-informed conversation is somehow a gratuitous tangent generated by a victim complex for political gain?
Remember when people could talk and not worry about offending someone? Remember when American culture wasn't so obsessed
I'm going to begin this essay by breaking creative writing's most fundamental rule. I'm going to tell and not show. Here goes: It doesn't matter what anyone thinks about you. It only matters what you think about you.
Democracy, after all, has always been the most difficult of all politics. And since America has traveled deep into the realms
Given the history of discrimination in our country, it is imperative that we safeguard the respect of all groups. As populations
Is this how he plans to make America great again?
Since political correctness arose to deal with the very serious matter of keeping the peace, a debate over whether it's of benefit or detriment to society has sprung up in recent years.
Integrating people with disabilities requires not only strictly enforcing the ADA but also changing the perception of those with disabilities. This begins with changing our language.
As 2015 draws to a close, Trump has shown that being politically correct by not being politically correct is a poll-winner. It's also become a popular place to be for other Republican presidential candidates. This is scary stuff in more ways than one.
A Facebook "friend" of mine recently commented on her friend's post. Her children's public school has replaced a "Christmas" concert with a "Peace on Earth" concert. The parents in this American suburb have reacted like the school has cancelled Christmas all together. Forever. And ever. The outrage these good Christians feel is palpable.
The current push to stop being politically correct is misguided. Especially when many screaming the loudest for its demise are also those who believe all terrorists are Muslim, all African Americans are criminals, and that changing the name of the Washington Redskins is far worse than offending an entire culture of Native Americans.
While some people may roll their eyes and make jokes about the "PC mania" that has spread into schools, educators are finding
As a politically correct, progressive family, we normally eschew such materialistic pursuits like the crazed consumerism of Christmas. However, we see your impending visit as a chance to celebrate the tradition of goodwill and generosity, especially if you're bringing new iPhones.
The true spirit of the holidays does not lie in maintaining the precious feelings of the over-privileged, or trying to put ourselves at the center of everyone else's world, but rather in spreading happiness to places it's seldom found.
Political correctness is not an actual problem, and it's certainly not a threat to Christians, Jews, Americans, Muslims or anyone else. It's a device that was made up to defend against threats to the status quo.
It's interesting as you get older that the things your parents told you start to ring more and more true...perhaps it is maturing or maybe it's encountering situations and from somewhere a saying from the past pops up.
You do not love your neighbors as yourself when you deny them equal dignity, equal access or equal protection. And you do not love your neighbors as yourself when you use language, take actions or support policies that offend or disadvantage them.