The hypocrisy of the “politically correct”

Politically correct is not always as good as it may sound.

The hypocrisy of the “politically correct”

—- So true. Not only must we express ourselves within particular frameworks of feeling, but we reference our feelings by those conventions.

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

11 thoughts on “The hypocrisy of the “politically correct””

  1. Nothing surprises us artistically anymore. And no one is doing anything that could surprise us. That’s why every thing is PC. It’s the sign of the times. At least that’s how I read it. No one can, Becuase it is not allowed.


    1. Well. I’m thinking “politically correct“ in the sense that the conventions have already been mapped out about what we are allowed to sing about.


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