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Are You For or Against Political Correctness?

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This is a discussion on Are You For or Against Political Correctness? within the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers forums, part of the Keirsey Temperament Forums category; Originally Posted by Ashes4719 Wait, can you explain this a little more? What about ESFPs? :) ESFPs are usually blunt ...

  1. #31
    ESFP

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashes4719 View Post
    Wait, can you explain this a little more? What about ESFPs? :)

    ESFPs are usually blunt unless they're unhealthy and they're being manipulative.

  2. #32
    ENFP

    What is political correctness?

  3. #33

    Pardon me for not being a fe user. My answer is in my sig and do please listen to zizek:



    Sent sans PC
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    I honestly thing being PC has its time and place. Overused, and society becomes soft and prone to cry "woah is me" if someone said something that is not even remotely out of line.

    However, on the flip side, lack of it is the destroyer of society. there is a very fine line regarding what actually is "pc" or not.
    For instance its "pc" to give a participation ribbon, but now we lack the urge to be the 1st, 2nd, or third place. why push when you get a ribbon for "just being there"?

    I think it all depends on the situation in and of itself on what truly IS politically correct or not. Not just assigning things to be PC when they really aren't

    Clear that up and then we have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinkeringSquirrel75 View Post
    I honestly thing being PC has its time and place. Overused, and society becomes soft and prone to cry "woah is me" if someone said something that is not even remotely out of line.

    However, on the flip side, lack of it is the destroyer of society. there is a very fine line regarding what actually is "pc" or not.
    For instance its "pc" to give a participation ribbon, but now we lack the urge to be the 1st, 2nd, or third place. why push when you get a ribbon for "just being there"?

    I think it all depends on the situation in and of itself on what truly IS politically correct or not. Not just assigning things to be PC when they really aren't

    Clear that up and then we have it.
    You really made a great point- balance. Too much of anything is bad. Censorship, pseudo-fake happiness, anything really. Anytime anyone holds back, and represses their thoughts and emotions can be unhealthy. There are physiological reactions that occur when we depress our emotions.

    At the same time, not being aware of another person's boundaries is also disrespectful. A part of having honest relationships is the ability to be transparent. People need to gauge each other's levels of sensitivities and meet them at their level. It's context-dependent.

  7. #36

    There are words for normal people; tact, polite and considerate, in conveying honest shits.

    PC is about conveying ribbonwrapped-perfumesprayed shits while wearing deceitful masks of virtue signaling and moral pretentiousness.

    Sent sans PC
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  8. #37

    I notice my INFP daughter doesn’t seem to care one way or other. She seems more quietly let live let be
    Rather than blatantly political

    My ENFJ is PC


     
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