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'Too thin-skinned!' Ulrika Jonsson shares her fears as ‘workplace banter’ complaints soar

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The Sun that perhaps she is simply "desperate for human company".However, cancel culture, combined with compensation lawsuits, seem to have made many people anxious about laughing and joking in case their intentions are misinterpreted.Ulrika made it clear she's firmly against racism or homophobia, however, she believes that some of the other jokes might have been taken too seriously.She also added she believed that most "right-minded" people knew when to draw the line and what the difference was between a light-hearted jibe and an inappropriate and offensive one.Ulrika, who has also admitted to mixed feelings about the "neutrality" of her home country, Sweden, has nonetheless caused offence online herself recently.In a separate Sun column earlier in the year, she had commented on a hospital trust in Brighton and Sussex which suggested to midwives they could "refer to mothers as birthing parents and the act of breastfeeding as chest-feeding”.The new terminology had been adopted in a bid to make trans or non-binary parents feel more included.However, Ulrika challenged: "Why can I not enjoy being called a mother?

I don’t want to be a ‘birthing parent’."She added: "Why does traditional terminology always have to incite negative connotations?"At what point am I allowed to stand up and say my breasts are called breasts because that is what they biologically and organically are?”The comment caused offence among some members of the transgender community.However Ulrika insists she is not transphobic, and merely feels proud to be female.Pink News also commented that "birthing people" was being used as an additional term, alongside the conventional label of "mother", instead of replacing it.After claiming she had been a victim of.

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