How politically correct are you?

Do emu Do emu
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Originally posted by lineswecast
Very - I'm conscious of hurting other peoples' feelings (and I often play PC police in my somewhat intolerant family).
Haha, I'm the PC police too! Maybe I should wear my police costume...
08/25/2012
edenmysexlife edenmysexlife
i really just try to be respectful to people to me that is more important than being PC
08/31/2012
Rey Rey
treat others as you would like to be treated.
08/31/2012
pleasurehunter pleasurehunter
I try to be PC but I think some people can be too anal about it
08/31/2012
closed account closed account
i do call people out on hate speech. always have always will. i don't consider myself easily offended, i just have little patience for idiots.

i have been known to have to explain to guests (such as friends of friends) that they can not say certain words in my house. sorry...house rules.
11/16/2012
Marie Hanna Marie Hanna
I don't try to offend people, but I'm not going to go out of my way to be politically correct.
11/16/2012
inkky inkky
Depends On Who I'm Talking To. Lol
11/16/2012
ginnyluvspotter ginnyluvspotter
i try to be but i sometimes get things mixed up
11/16/2012
tswinters tswinters
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Originally posted by pestilence
My personal focus is on using non-oppressive language rather than "politically correct" speech. If a word or phrase harms members of a marginalized group (such as racist or other slurs, etc.), I'll avoid using it, but I never bother ... More
I agree 100% with everything you're saying, pestilence. I think the focus needs to be on non-oppressive language.
11/17/2012
SilverMinxxx SilverMinxxx
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Originally posted by meitman
I voted other because I wasn't sure how to vote this one. I'm never intentionally offensive to anyone and am conscience of how my words are perceived, but I don't pretend to know every politically incorrect term. There are just too many ... More
This is exactly how I feel.
11/17/2012
mamaseatspoop mamaseatspoop
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Originally posted by talon4196
Screw PC
exactly
11/17/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I try to be polite to everyone, but I'm not overly concerned about being PC.
11/17/2012
Virgingasms Virgingasms
I just treat other's how I'd want to be treated.
11/17/2012
fizzygato fizzygato
Very.

I was taught everything I know about gender in a way that highly considered intersectionality and that avoided oppression as best as possible. That group was highly policing, in terms of what you were allowed to say/ do. It taught me how to be "politically correct" (for lack of a better term); it taught me to be non-oppressive
01/08/2013
Soup Soup
Always
01/13/2013
bog bog
I value honesty.
01/13/2013
lingeron lingeron
I agree with some others that have said they use non-oppressive language. Language changes over time and if we use PC terms just to be PC, eventually someone is going to use them in a derogatory way. Look at the way the word "special" has evolved with regards to mentally disabled people-- at one time it was PC but is now a derogatory term. What's more important to me is being respectful and working to change perspectives, not just changing words.
01/14/2013
lexxxmoonchild lexxxmoonchild
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Originally posted by snowyslut
Politically correct in the sense of "freedom fries" and sticking to what the mainstream would consider acceptable politics, hell no.

Politically correct as in deliberately doing everything I can do keep from hurting people, hell ... More
This is me too. I really dislike the way the term 'politically correct' is used anyways. For me it has nothing to do with politics, it has to do with treating people the way I want to be treated. Not to mention I think it's usually used in a way that is very dismissive.
05/17/2013
friendswithfangs friendswithfangs
Absolutely deplore the use of "politically correct" to denote what amounts to "treating other people like human being and not being an asshole."
Also kinda grossed out by people proclaiming their "political incorrectness" in this thread, like being offensive and rude is suuuuper cool.

God, I just hate this attitude that everyone who doesn't laugh at your funny sexist/racist/classist /etc joke is so touchy and needs to lighten up. Micro-aggressions exist, people who are subjected to lots of little missteps and scorn every day are completely justified in not putting up with your bullshit, no one's being touchy or oversensitive, they're trying to survive.

It's not a big deal to make minor changes to your speech and actions, honestly, and it contributes to a society where everyone is more comfortable (except I guess assholes, but they deserve discomfort tbh), instead of just the privileged few.

So yeah, I guess I'm ~politically correct~.
05/17/2013
LoganAshlee. LoganAshlee.
I'm not PC because I don't care enough to be, just like I don't care if people aren't PC to me
05/22/2013
Pierced Blaqk Skies Pierced Blaqk Skies
I am most certainly very politically incorrect. I chose that I have always been this way because I have and that it is still kind of conscious decision. I don't want to be politically correct and I know that sometimes I make others uncomfortable with my views but if it gets people talking bluntly then I'm all for it.

I'm a very strong personality and that kind of goes hand in hand with my 'incorrectness'.
05/22/2013
sunflower sunflower
I am really PC in public and not PC at much when you talk to me one-on-one and if I know you well. If I know something is offensive to you then I won't talk about it and I'm not an insensitive asshole. Things offend me too and I get mad about social justice, racial, sexuality, etc stuff. It just depends who I'm with how politically incorrect I will be while speaking.
05/23/2013
SydneyScreams SydneyScreams
People are way too easily offended by the silliest things.
05/24/2013
treehugger treehugger
I'm not "PC" but I certainly stay away from racist/sexist/homophob ic/transphobic terms because I try not to be a shitty person.
05/25/2013
Yoda Yoda
I'm usually correct, but sometimes it's just too much. I think people have way too many reasons to get offended these days. We're all different, so why do we keep trying to sterilize our society, while claiming to celebrate diversity?
05/30/2013
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