Personally speaking I'm fed up of peoples political correctness. The last few years have become absolutely ridiculous of what you can and can't say. Its on our tv, radio and other media platforms.
Your either a racist, sexist with masculinism views or imply some kind of prejudice.
Slightly off topic with regard to feminism, the true feminist's I'm talking about ( who want to change our laws)I'd like to believe there isn't a single female on this site who actually agrees with them as
Anti-prostitution feminists hold that prostitution is a form of exploitation of women and male dominance over women hence the push on new law reforms in Ireland.
Of course they target trafficking which we all agree is wrong but painting all escorts with the one brush is also the wrong approach.
I feel its only a question of when the laws will change, not if.
On a lighter note here's 10 examples of political correctness gone mad.
1.*The BBC has dropped the use of the terms Before Christ (BC) and Anno Domini (AD) on one of their programmes and decided that the terms 'Before Common Era' / 'Common Era'*are more appropriate*
2.*The European Parliament introduced*proposals to*outlaw*titles stating marital status such as 'Miss' and 'Mrs' so as not to cause*offence. It also meant that 'Madame' and 'Mademoiselle', 'Frau' and 'Fraulein'*and 'Senora' and 'Senorita' would be*banned.
3.*Throughout several US councils and organisations, any terms using the word 'man' as a*prefix or suffix have been ruled as not being*politically correct.*'Manhole' is now*referred to as a 'utility' or 'maintenance' hole.*
4.*Loveable*cartoon rogue*Dennis the Menace*has been given a politically correct make over. BBC chiefs decided to*take away his edge in the remake. Gone are his bombs, catapult, water pistol and pea*shooter -*and in their place is a simple*boyish grin.*
5.*Spotted*Dick -*a classic*English dessert has been renamed to avoid embarrassment. The traditional pud*Spotted Dick has been given the titleSpotted Richard, after UK council bosses*feared*the original name*might cause offence.
6.*A school in Seattle renamed its Easter eggs 'spring*spheres' to avoid causing offence to people who did not celebrate Easter.*
7.*A UK council has banned the term 'brainstorming' – and replaced it with 'thought showers', as local lawmakers thought the term may offend epileptics.
8.*A UK recruiter was stunned when her*job advert for 'reliable' and 'hard-working' applicants was*rejected by the job centre as it could be offensive to unreliable and lazy people.
9.*Gillingham fans had begun to fondly offer celery to their goalkeeper, ‘Big Fat’ Jim Stannard. The club, however, decided that*celery could result in health and safety issues inside the ground. As a result,*fans were subjected to celery searches with the ultimate sanction for*possession of celery*allegedly being a life ban.
And lastly but not least,
10.*In 2007, Santa Clauses in Sydney, Australia, were banned from saying*'Ho Ho Ho'. Their employer, the recruitment firm Westaff (that supplies*hundreds of Santas across Australia), allegedly told all trainees that 'ho ho ho' could*frighten children, and be derogatory to women. Why ?* Because 'Ho Ho Ho' is too*close to the American (not Australian, mind you) slang for prostitute.*