The changes in our language and social practices ushered in by political correctness were only the beginning. As tumultuous as the interruptions were, they are nothing compared with what is occurring, and will occur, under gender theory. Here, the purges of “offensive” words and customs is bound to accelerate. So much so that below I make a prediction that will shock the reader.
What is happening now? Word is students from Cambridge University have done the world a service by compiling “a database containing more than a thousand films and television programmes that show non-consensual sexual interactions”.
The database “Unconsenting Media” is meant to help “sexual assault survivors avoid any potentially traumatic scenes that could trigger flashbacks.”
Rated PI (politically incorrect)
What movies? Films like Gone With the Wind, included for implied “marital rape”, Forrest Gump, for showing a female singer “harassed by a male audience”, and the unsettling It’s a Wonderful Life. This awful production contains scenes of “Sexual harassment on-screen (e.g. verbal, non-consensual touching/grabbing)”.
Trigger warning for the squeamish! The explanation of the disturbing scenes is:
A man chases a housekeeper and insists he is in love with her. There are also scenes with men ogling a woman as she walks down the street. In another scene, a woman loses her robe and is left naked, the man she is with refuses to hand over the robe and jokes about “selling tickets” to see her naked.
And who could forget the horrific scene where a sex-crazed little girl whispered a sweet nothing into the deaf ear of an non-consenting boy?
If this naughty pre-woman sought permission for her sexual predation first, George Bailey’s life might have turned out quite differently. Instead of raising a large loving family and remaining the manager of a community-oriented building and loan, he could have fulfilled his dream of moving to New York City and becoming a drag-queen chorus singer in Kinky Boots.
It can’t be long before the movies on this list do not simply come with warnings, but are banned from public view.
Under gender theory, pronouns proliferate. I’m not an expert on this subject, and even lexicographers admit to falling behind in cataloging the near-daily innovations. But I believe the more common coinages are these. Zorg for females who identify as men acting as women over forty, xippee! for happy males who cannot decide on their objects of lust (zippee! is for females), and meowfem for single females who call their cats “life companions”.
For reasons familiar to every farmer and biologist, connectors are called male and female. Consider the homely extension cord or pipe fitting.
How about we swap male and female for […]