A third major problem with present aviation security is that it is too politically correct.
No one outside of the most politically correct circles really believes that.
"It's not politically correct," the former Arkansas governor and 2008 Republican candidate for President acknowledged.
As soon as I don't need to be politically correct anymore, I will drop the bomb.
After creating 5 Broken Cameras, I stopped believing in the politically correct.
“Everyone wanted me to be politically correct,” he said at the outset.
Past customers, however, praise the lack of ‘politically correct’ choices forced on new moms.
Had he not alienated the Muslim audience, he might have gotten away with it from the politically correct thought police.
The politically correct company goes to great lengths to reduce its carbon footprint and support other liberal causes.
Future actions and measures may likely reflect "politically correct" alternatives.
first attested in prevailing current sense 1970; abbreviation P.C. is from 1986.
[T]here is no doubt that political correctness refers to the political movement and phenomenon, which began in the USA, with the aim to enforce a set of ideologies and views on gender, race and other minorities. Political correctness refers to language and ideas that may cause offence to some identity groups like women and aims at giving preferential treatment to members of those social groups in schools and universities. [Thuy Nguyen, "Political Correctness in the English Language,"2007]