on March 4, 2017 in World News

Cardiff Metropolitan University Bans All “Politically Incorrect” Words: Amusing List of Banned Words

Source: Mike Mish Shedlock

Cardiff Metropolitan University is at the forefront of political correctness sensitivity. The University Bans Lecturers from Using any Sexist or Insensitive Words. The list of banned words is wider than you might think. Here are some examples: mankind, homosexual, housewife, manmade, and sportsmanship.

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And please, try to avoid words like “mother” and “father” unless you can say “mother and father” together. Yes, the article states that.

Gee, is there an order for this? Yes, there is. It better be random. Always saying mother first could get you in trouble. The article did not say but the phrase “ladies and gentlemen” clearly has to go.

According to the guide, Mrs. and Miss are considered offensive. Clearly, it’s best to avoid gender-identifying terms altogether.

What happens When these culturally-trained “snowflakes” hit the real world outside of their safe-space university?

Hmm. Am I allowed to use the word “snowflake” like that? Apologies offered for my unsportspersonslike conduct.

Mike “Mish” Shedlock

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  • Joshua 1:9

    As the man at the desk, I was sitting here reading this article, mainly because I thought I was the best man for the job. I yelled into the other room to my housewife, and said, “Hey, waitress! Could you show a little sportsmanship and a bit of manpower, and bring me another coffee?” She doesn’t mind doing things like that because she realizes who the chairman of the house is.

    Every once in a while, I need to remind her that it is how the housewives of our forefathers were treated. She just shook her head and responded, “God bless mankind. Even the homosexuals.” Then, I said, “Especially who?” So, she chuckled, and called me by my Christian name.

    When she brought me my coffee, she said, “You should be a little workmanlike, and bring me a coffee every now and then. After all, who do you think you are? The tax man? What’s wrong with you? Are you a polio victim, or something?” I tried joking with her, calling her my “right-hand man” but she just looked at me as if I was your typical man on the street. I thought she was going to leave me for some fireman or something. Anyway, all is well now.

    This story was man-made.

  • Frank Smith

    Holy shit…

    • cptspanky

      No kidding