For over 50 years short blonde jokes and stand-up comedians have played a crucial role in the examination of popular culture and society. Several generations of comedians have functioned as critics and observers of American life. Many comedy performances have also courted controversy.



Today, folks inside as well as outside the world of comedy are debating what, if anything, is too controversial for use that is comedic. In other words, should comedians concern themselves with “political correctness?”



John Cleese Chris Rock, Lisa Lampanelli and several other powerful comedians additionally have expressed similar views. They say political correctness represents an unreasonable empathy. They argue that that humor is hurt by it and confines open discussion. Author and comedian Jim Norton has indicated that society is now “addicted to the rush of being offended.”



Not all performers concur, yet. Katherine Jessup has been doing stand-up comedy for over three years. She’s also a writer and co-host of the podcast, “Guidance! with Dave & Kat.”



To be’ correct,’ or PC, means in order to avoid language that’s, or could be, offensive to several people. It is usually found in sarcasm, nevertheless, by individuals who reject political correctness.



Comic Jerry Seinfeld created the hugely successful television show “Seinfeld.” He is a leading critic of the so called PC movement. In fact, he recently said that he’d no more perform at U.S. colleges and universities because he considers students to be overly PC.



Ms. Jessup says part of the difficulty is that for a long time, men have been the only people in the stand up community with any power. She feels that these people are protesting because they don’t need the community to transform and they don’t desire to lose control.

Kim Kardashian knows being pregnant means making sacrifices.






The 34-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is expecting her second child with husband Kanye West, 37.

“No I do not do fillers or Botox when pregnant like some tabloids are reporting,” she wrote on Instagram on Friday, alongside what seems to be cropped, topless selfie. “You will have to be really sick to endanger your kid like that! Anybody who has been pregnant or gained weight understands your face totally changes! My nose gets larger, my lips & cheeks completer swell up. The challenge is attempting to adjust the makeup to make me feel normal.”

Kardashian said she’s planning on sharing a “contouring make up tutorial” for her “changing pregnant face” on her soon-to-be-launched new site.




Kardashian has been the topic of plastic surgery gossips several times and has attempted Botox injections before. She was seen having a bad reaction to the process on Keeping Up With the Kardashians in 2010. She told E! News that she “hated” it.

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Kardashian and Kanye are expecting a baby boy, who’ll join 2, big sister North West.

And speaking of compromises–when it regards the little girl’s outfits, the “challenge is real,” according to her mother.

On Friday, Kardashian discussed pics of North sporting a highly creative, brilliant outfit, composed of a short, white onesie, a big teal and pink cow-shaped back pack along with a giant pink Kim Kardashian Ray J and white polka dot Minnie Mouse helmet, while sitting on the floor together with her hand over her eyes.

“The battle is real!” Kardashian wrote. “We cannot go from your house such as this!!! LOL.”

Ultimately, they “compromised,” she said, alongside another pic showing North sporting the same ensemble, sans the helmet, holding an enormous vibrant green floral umbrella.