ポリコレ

JapaneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Clipping of ポリティカル・コレクトネス (poritikaru korekutonesu), from English political correctness.

NounEdit

ポリコレ (porikore

  1. political correctness, PC, something politically correct
    • 2016 November 14, Shinobu Ikeda, “Porikore tte nani? [What is PC?]”, in Agora[1]:
      ヒラリー・クリントンさんに(だい)(ひょう)されるポリコレにいやけがさした(ひと)(とう)(ひょう)したためといわれてますが、ポリコレって(なに)でしょうか?
      Hirarī Kurinton-san ni daihyō sareru porikore ni iyakegasashita hito ga tōhyō shita tame to iwaretemasu ga, porikore tte nani deshō ka?
      It is said that people voted against Hillary Clinton because they were sick of the political correctness that she represented, but what is political correctness?
    • 2017, Yō Adachi, Buraku Tantei 3: Sontaku Shitai no [Black Detective 3: I Want to Surmise][2]:
      そいうのはゲイビデオとかの、フィクションのお(はな)しよ、これでも(じん)(けん)とかポリコレには()(つか)ってるのよねあたしたち、などと()いながら、(しん)()(すけ)はポスターを()()えると(じょう)()(げん)(みせ)()()った。
      So iu no wa gei bideo toka no, fikushon no ohanashi yo, kore de mo jinken toka porikore ni wa ki o tsukatteru no yo ne atashi-tachi, nado to īnagara, Shinnosuke wa posutā o hari oeru to jōkigen de mise o deteitta.
      That stuff about gay videos, fictional stories, even when we consider human rights and PC you know, after Shinnosuke hung up the poster he left the store in good spirits.