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Apparently, College, and Crime: Translate Turn off instant translation Bullshit detected English PC culture has gone too far. can't express x used to be able to abuse whoever i liked my opinions anymore without someone without anyone calling me out on it. My saying it's offensive 'opinions" are really just thinly veiled prejudices and Ican't get away with them anymore. Actual translation Translate Turn off instant translation Bullshit detected PC culture has gone too far. can't express x PC culture has gone too far. my opinions anymore without someone I can't express my opinions saying it's "offensive". anymore tihout someone saying it's "offensive" @fem.inist you make it seem like Gecko is the high bar of intelligence. These people are saying that PC culture has gone too far, because it has. You can no longer call Islam a horrible religion of violence (which it is), can't use actual biology and say there's only two genders, conservative speakers can no longer talk at universities because it's offensive to liberals, etc etc etc. PC culture is, much like feminism, a twisted deformed image of what it once was (also not a good thing; but that'll come later). It has ruined academia now that professors can't use facts; and universities have caved to the whims of these adult children. http:-www.slate.com-blogs-browbeat-2015-06-30-lsu_professor_fired_over_f_word_p_word_off_color_joke_finally_academia_s.html Teresa Buchanan, a tenured professor at Louisiana State University, was fired for offensive language. Her crime? Using fuck in a lecture. She dared to say "Fuck no" in front of her class when speaking; and it apparently fell upon the young ears of college students (who have definitely never heard that). You may be thinking, "but saying fuck is very unprofessional for a professor" and maybe you're right. But is that actually grounds for firing someone? Especially when that wasn't why she was fired, and was instead fired for "potentially hurting someone's feelings." If they had used her being unprofessional, she should've gotten a slap on the wrist. The fact a tenured professor was FIRED for saying a swear with no subject shows that PC culture has gone too far. PC culture wasn't even a good thing to begin with. Stopping someone from offending or disrespecting you, paves the way for though police, or at least speech restrictions for other reasons. To claim that offending people is grounds for a criminal offense means that you have to have all offensive things be crimes. Calling a fat lady a "land whale" may be mean, but does that make it false? A recent study conducted in 2014 found that only 1.7% of obese people have medical reasons. This means that the rest have chosen to not work out or eat healthier. I'll use an example. We all agree that smoking is terrible for your health? (Continued in comments)
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