Nothing evokes a more visceral reaction from modern conservatives than political correctness and identity politics. Conservatives often point to the annoyance of identity politics and political correctness as the reason for President Donald Trump’s election.
When I heard about the leaked audio from Louis C.K.’s big comeback set (or second comeback, if showing up unannounced at New York’s Comedy Cellar is considered a comeback), I labeled it in my brain as one more thing not to interact with.
Home from college, I walked into my shared room to see my sister and her friends seated among a strewn lot of clothing on our shag-carpet-covered floor. They seemed to be in an incredibly heated argument about what to wear for their impending “photoshoot” and needed outfit advice.
Laying on the couch in my comfy pajamas, flipping through the channels I come across an old classic: “Dirty Dancing." I was ready to experience all of the passion between Baby and Johnny until I was rudely interrupted by a sequence of commercials for weight loss plans and products.