PC Bro

PC Bro

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Updated Dec 31, 2015 at 07:46AM EST by RandomMan.

Added Dec 29, 2015 at 01:10PM EST by Don.

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PC Bro is a shorthand for "politically correct bro" (not to be confused with PC gaming), which was coined during the 19th season of the animated television show South Park in reference to members of a social justice warrior fraternity. In the show, PC bros aggressively enforce political correctness through violence and intimidation, often referencing controversial identity politics topics like microaggressions, cultural appropriation, safe spaces, triggering and privilege.


On September 16th, 2015, the South Park episode "Stunning and Brave" was broadcast, which introduced the character PC Principal and his fraternity house of social justice warrior brothers. Throughout the show's 19th season, members of the fraternity often pose the question "You PC bro?", when determining someone's commitment to social justice. The following day, YouTuber SocialJustice 123 uploaded a clip from the South Park episode in which a group of PC fraternity brothers sing a chant about social justice (shown below).


On September 17th, the men's interest blog BroBible[2] published an article about the episode, which praised the comparison of social justice warriors to fraternity brothers. On September 19th, Redditor dudeomfgstfux posted a PC master race-themed GIF titled "You PC Bro?" to the /r/southpark[3] subreddit (shown below).

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[1] Wikipedia – Stunning and Brave

[2] BroBible – You PC Bro

[3] Reddit – you pc bro

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Mistress Fortune
Mistress Fortune

The fact the whole fraternity is actually full of nothing but privileged looking white men, who are most likely all cisgendered too, adds to the whole joke, since I've noticed a good amount of stereotypical radical SJW types usually tend to be white, cisgendered people who probably lived a rather comfortable middle class or upper middle class life.


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