(RightWingAmericans.com)- British real estate agents are dropping the term “master bedroom” from their common lexicon, claiming the phrase has racist undertones. It comes at a time when Black Lives Matter continues tearing down monuments and burning down buildings in the name of racial justice.
It’s not just the United States being affected by the madness. Black Lives Matter and Antifa activists have wreaked havoc all over the United Kingdom, too, even vandalizing the famous statue of Winston Churchill in Westminster, London. That’s right…Winston Churchill, the man who defeated the Nazis, was labeled “Racist” by extremist left-wing activists.
So perhaps it should be too much of a surprise that British estate agents are dropping the term “master bedroom” from their vocabulary, and will instead present the largest bedrooms in houses and apartments as “principle” or “primary” bedrooms. Estate agents reportedly fear that the use of the term “master bedroom” could offend millennial buyers or renters, or cause tension with BLM activists who are purchasing homes.
Peter Wetherell, the executive chairman of Mayfair estate against Wetherell, told a British newspaper that the changes were made in the name of political correctness.
“These changes are being driven by political correctness and dramatic transformations in the buyer demographic across prime central London,” he told The Times. “The typical buyers are now aged from their early twenties to their mid-forties and from all over the world. This young demographic tends to be very broad-minded and find any form of sexism or racism deeply offensive.”
What 20-year-old can afford to purchase property in London?
The chief executive of another British estate agent, Andrews in Bristol, said that they are looking at making the same shift because they believe “the sentiment behind the Black Lives Matter campaign has helped us all be more aware of our behavior.”
“We can all do more to make sure people are treated with respect,” he said.
It looks like the decision to adopt the new language is being widely adopted all over the United Kingdom, just a week after the American Houston Association of Realtors said they would stop using the phrase too.