politically correct

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  • PC
  • ideologically sound
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This politically correct world drives you up the wall - we will be shutting the door too hard soon, it will make too big a noise for somebody and that will upset.
Though disparaging the use of words such as retarded and queer as a matter of civility and seeking to replace them with others, defenders of politically correct language allege that the very notion of political correctness is a myth--an invention of the critics of the so-called "progressive" program, designed to discredit the critics' opponents without proper argument.
Many people complaint their local churches had made clumsy alterations to songbooks to suit today's politically correct age.
Let's be done with these politically correct non-jobbers and ensure that our contributions are spent on what the NHS is supposed to do; namely provide quality healthcare.
This is the sort of politically correct nonsense which does nothing for the rights of gay or single parents - it just angers everybody else.
How about sugar coating the story until it falls into the politically correct category so it won't influence impressionable boys in a negative manner?
I am not being politically correct, but reflecting the hurt and discrimination experienced by mental health consumers and their supporters when this type of inaccurate and stigmatizing language is used in the media.
Now after much thought, I have found a reasonable solution, which I believe would be politically correct.
It's safe to say that Medicis, Sun Kings and owners of English country houses weren't too concerned whether the appropriation of territory--metaphorical or otherwise--was morally or politically correct.
Contributing editor Fred Goss says that it was his error in the last issue misquoting Dizzy Dean--as opposed to "a politically correct publisher or zealous grammar checker.
This includes suppression of free speech enforced by political correctness, the race relations movement, legislation and institutions like the BBC that are riddled with self-selected left-wing liberals with a mission to impose a politically correct worldview that, for Britain, is truly terrifying.
Unannounced inspections have been used, but they just might be the politically correct spin for those who feel the word raid is too harsh.
As followers of Christ and in imitation of his precursor, John the Baptist, may we be men and women of integrity" who are "courageous combatants" against "the so-called politically correct attitudes of a society that seeks to excuse and justify every type of immorality," the archbishop said.
Of the 30 dialogues gathered here, there are only a few that fail to hold one's interest or that hide behind the fog of politically correct views--most are right on the money.
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