"Political correctness" is a label typically used to describe liberal terms and actions, but not for equivalent attempts to mold language and behavior on the right. Brooks, known for his plethora of acclaimed comedy movies, said political correctness was becoming a stranglehold on comedians. In some quarters, it may be helping.
... "To me it's anti-comedy.
It's more about PC-nonsense." An Open Letter to Jerry Seinfeld from a 'Politically Correct' College Student 06/09/2015 04:41 pm ET Updated Jun 09, 2016 Jerry Seinfeld pauses as he is interviewed on the red carpet at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for the Mark Twain Prize for … But despite what you might have heard, a new political correctness is not ruining the art of comedy. Comedy has become so crashingly un-funny that YouTuber Dave Cullen’s critiques of it here are much funnier than the so-called comedy he lampoons.
John Cleese has said political correctness is destroying comedy and could lead to an Orwellian existence. Comedy …
I used to occasionally run comedy clips from CollegeHumor but watching their latest material, it’s like being in a re-education camp, force-fed stuff I’ve been inculcated with since childhood. Jerry Seinfeld says political correctness is hurting comedy. "It's not good for comedy.
However, the term "right-wing political correctness" is sometimes applied by commentators. ... Jerry Seinfeld says political correctness is destroying comedy.
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