A common theme on English Stack Exchange is someone who has a certain well-known word in their vocabulary, who understands this word may have undesired negative undertones for certain groups of people, and this person seeks a neutral substitute word.
The question is not asking about politics, the question is not asking if it is "politically correct" (plus, who knows what that means anyway?).
Instead these people believe they are using what I call an unword, and they seek alternatives.
This is a subset of [single-word-requests], [phrase-requests], [idiom-requests], [expression-requests], [epithet-requests] and [proverb-requests].
I call this an unword based on Orwell's notion of an unperson:
an individual who usually for political or ideological reasons is removed completely from recognition or consideration
And I think unword could be well understood on first glance. Some people may object to usage of a word not found in dictionaries yet. Another choice could be deanthropormorphize / deanthropormorphized. The same criticism applies, but maybe less so.