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Some of these stories might be offensive to certain people in certain situations.
If you are a strong advocate of political correctness or are easily offended please don't read this page, or the rest of this website, and for goodness sake don't go near the acronyms page.
Anyone seeking examples of political incorrectness and stereotyping of all sorts will find lots here.
This is a major aspect of storytelling and unavoidable in many cases I'm sorry.
Some of these stories are ironic and so can best be used to illustrate pitfalls and vulnerabilities rather than best practice.
If you know who wrote any of the unattributed stories below please let us know so that credit can be given.
So an entire population is persuaded to adopt a completely false belief - based on exploiting people's individual pride, fear of embarrassment, and reluctance to be a lone voice of disagreement.
A pompous king is persuaded by mischievous tailors that a 'magnificent' and extremely expensive suit they have produced for him can only be seen by clever people.
In fact there is no suit at all, so when the king wears the suit, the king is actually naked.
At the same time, the infinite values, lessons, and significance of stories and storytelling of all sorts represent much deeper human interest than should be controlled by the arbitrary application of 'political correctness' in everything that what we read and share.
Otherwise ninety-nine percent the world's fairy tales would be outlawed and banned, and nearly all books (especially the Holy Bible), newspapers, films and every other media would not exist.
Look at the stories index for stories listed by subject. Analogies, stories, fables and case-studies are great ways to illustrate teaching, training and business lessons.