University of Wisconsin declares phrase “politically correct” to be politically incorrect

The 13 Most Ridiculously PC Moments on College Campuses in 2015
by Katherine Timpf
December 29, 2015

Warning: This article contains both pronouns and references to maracas. It seems like 2015 has just been so full of examples of extreme political correctness on college campuses that it might be easy to forget just how full of them it’s been. Here, in no particular order, are the 13 stories of 2015 that made me most want to bash my head into a wall: 1. Hating pumpkin-spice lattes was declared sexist. If you say bad things about pumpkin-spice lattes, what you’re really saying is that “girls don’t get to have valid emotions” — at least according to Min Cheng’s op-ed in the Phoenix, Swarthmore College’s student newspaper. According to Cheng, girls generally like pumpkin-spice lattes, therefore, saying that you don’t like them is saying that none of girls’ opinions ever matter. She said the same applies to making fun of leggings, Uggs, and Grey’s Anatomy — which, as I’ve said before, is probably the worst show ever created . . . perhaps second only to Gilmore Girls. READ MORE

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