San Francisco has a lot of problems: Rampant drug use on the streets, homeless defecating everywhere, medieval diseases like typhoid and bubonic plague engulfing the once-great city.
But fortunately, elected officials are tackling the most important problem: Politically incorrect language.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is busy rewriting “language guidelines” for what to call certain people. For instance, a convicted felon or an offender released from jail should be called a “formerly incarcerated person,” or a “justice-involved” person. A person who commits another crime — once called a “repeat offender” — should be called a “returning resident.”
People on parole or probation should be referred to as a “person on parole” or a “person under supervision.”
In addition, a juvenile “delinquent” […]
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