These days, misgendering a transformer will empty your wallet or land you in the slammer. Which is complicated further since there are now more “genders” than Baskin Robbins has flavors. Naturally, some people take a little longer to catch up with this “evolution” in political correctness.
Comedian Danny Polishchuk poked a little fun at that with ‘Who’s the New Person?’ A political correctness-themed twist on Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First.”
Yep, nailed it.
In the olden times of ten years ago, if you saw a bearded 6’5” NFL linebacker, it was safe to assume he wasn’t a pretty princess. You’d be right 99 times out of 100. Now, in the age of
lunacy non-gender-conformingness and identity politics, you’re taking a yuge risk by making that assumption.
Leftists turned normal human interactions into an indecipherable mishmash of leftistspeak and made-up titles. On top of permanently tarnishing pronouns’ reputation. What did they ever do to deserve that?
Now, making a simple inquiry about TPS report cover sheets is like navigating a political correctness minefield, littered with glitter bombs. One wrong step and you face the wrath of the Ls, the Bs, the, Gs, the Ts, and every other letter in the alphabet.
The crazy part is this pronoun insanity exists even outside the realm of comedy sketches. You can easily see that conversation happening in offices all across the land of the free. Only instead of ending with a punch line, it ends with the person being hauled off in handcuffs while his gender confused co-workers throw rocks at him.
The future’s looking bright, isn’t it?