I think it’s safe to say that most reasonable people of all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and genders agree that political correctness has spiraled out of control. That being said, it seems that it has even gotten to a point that we completely make things up out of nowhere in the name of political correctness and the idea of being ”woke” in this modern society. Here are 10 examples of concepts that have come about through the lens of PC culture and why they are really just false realities.
The current uproar in the U.S. news cycle concerns Russian bounties offered to criminals and Taliban militants in Afghanistan, in order to incentivize them to kill U.S., British and other NATO personnel. This short piece seeks to clarify why Russia pursued this course of action and counters far-fetched proposed explanations.
Note: The sources referenced throughout this article were are being published on a separate webpage to make this more compact. This will be updated with a link to the sources once that is available. This article is in the process of being translated into Spanish, and will be updated with a link to the translated version when it is available.
My content is usually pretty well-organized and thought-out. But today, things are coming at me a little differently. It’s Independence Day, the 4th of July. Previously known as one of my favorite holidays. But this year? It feels wrong. It feels wrong to celebrate a country that still holds so much racism, sexism, and the like. As I push into my late twenties, I’ve felt more comfortable and confident to stand by my morals and beliefs, whether people despise me because of them or not. I am anti-racist. I am anti-sexist. I am against any belief or moral that diminishes the value of another human life or strips them of their rights. In America, these beliefs and morals are still very much alive and practiced by millions of people.