Of course in the last two pages you've only addressed that first statement.
You've never actually convinced me of the evils of professors. There's also no common thread to imply it's all organized, that PC Culture is some homogeneous thing that has a real agenda on which all its backers would agree.
You've yet to show me one instance where I should be worried that this will get worse and impact more people.
And you flat out ignore the part about invigorating racists like that's not a problem right now and like they're not using political correctness as a shield to justify their bullshit. I'm lucky you addressed that point AT ALL.
You've also just breezed right by the hypocrisy in people who are trying to do to "PC Culture" what they claim it's doing to them. The people who are insulted when a woman headlines a major movie. The people who are insulted by the very existence of Millennials, The Cause For All Things Bad.
My suggestion that this is the same "kids on the lawn" nonsense that has existed since the concept of the editorial wasn't just dismissed, it was mocked.
You cited a 1990 article to dismiss my idea that this concept has existed well before 1990 under several different names. If you even saw when I made that "it's not new" point, and why would you.
You've yet to address my point that the definition you cling to for political correctness makes it easy for the alt-right to use it to justify bigotry. You refuse to acknowledge that this happens, that it is a problem, and if it is it's probably the fault of PC people right?
You've given me links, they tell me that there are extreme ideas out there, but they've never really underlined the "it's everywhere" nature of this debate.
Another point I've made that you've ignored deliberately: The majority of Americans HAVE REJECTED POLITICAL CORRECTNESS. They've ALREADY FAILED at whatever you think it is they're doing. Yet you tell me they're trying to silence dissent on the left, and Deacon busted out the word Machiavellian. We keep laughing at extreme instances of political correctness, which actually does speak to my point that we've made a mountain out of a molehill.
As far as walking in my shoes goes, the reason I find that so insulting is that you can't imagine my point of view while all but calling me an idiot. Or if you did, you probably imagined the entire world being drawn in crayon.
Your tone in this exact post suggests you're lying. You came into this debate with no respect for me. I've wasted a lot of my time, but such is my life, and I honestly hate myself for daring to continue this.
Part of me wants to beg forgiveness but I'm sorry, I've done fuck all wrong and you know it.