Because the creation of a new, politically correct
term for, say, mental retardation does not change the underlying realities or the social dynamics that pertain to the subject, the new term gradually enters common circulation, and speakers use it in the same way that they previously used the preceding term.
Santa Ana (a hot desert wind named after Saint Anne)--Reflecting the animosity that the majority of the politically correct
have for politicians in the party opposing their favored party (and ignoring the fact that there really isn't much of a difference between the two main political parties), it will forever be known as a Republican Wind.
That was her now politically correct
title and, suddenly, Albert's plaintive cry of "Bring back the nit nurse" was a haunting echo in the back of my mind.
Is that what these politically correct
idiots really want to see?
ASTONISHING ATTACK Former Welsh Conservative leader Rod Richards has told AMs to 'cut out the politically correct
I do not think so but then again even newspapers are driven by the agenda of the politically correct
It's nice to know someone willing to attack every politically correct
opinion in history.
In an age when much choreography aims to be pretty and pleasing, or painful but politically correct
, dancers Pat Graney, Ehud Krauss, and Heidi Duckier are working on the gritty edge--making dance in jails and prisons.
simply, systematic management of a politically correct
News & World Report column on what is politically correct
, an item says, "The Eddie Bauer catalog offers pitch-saturated kindling wood 'felled by lightening or other natural causes.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- "The Politically Correct
Project: Is It Economic or Political Fantasy?
Webster was representing the "pro-sex' side of the feminist debate over pornography and politically correct