No doubt you'll be in PC trouble with somebody for that. High fiving a politically incorrect person is as bad as being politically incorrect, I believe.
The thing that pisses me off so much about political correctness, apart from the fact it was brought into being by wooses, wingers, big girls blouses and total pussies, is that minority groups and politically correct advocates always seem to have a legitimate argument with officialdom, yet we of majority groups, and those who are not politically correct, are just whining when minority groups call us assholes.
Still, I'd rather be an asshole than afraid to open my mouth for fear of upsetting some nutless PC dweeb. Frankly, I don't give a flying toss who I upset with my mother and father references. They're who I grew up with... not to mention that I was/am one half of that equation to my kids. In fact, if my kids ever referred to me as Parent 1 or Parent 2, I'd totally ignore them until I got the proper respect. Moreso when they want something: "Hey da-a-ad..."
And another thing! If my gay friends have no objection to me referring to them as poofs or lezzos, I'm not going to change just to suit some PC pundit with an axe to grind. One of my gay friends often refers to himself as a "raging old poof".. and a lesbian friend frequently calls herself and partner lezzos, dykes. muff divers, so if they're not offended I don't see why these gonad challenged PC dipsticks need to get their knickers in a knot over it.
I grew up calling a spade a spade, and I'm not gonna start calling it a garden manicure utility because some limp wristed PC pansy uses one to trim the edges of his lawn. I'm not going to stop telling my grandkids nursery rhymes and fairy tales that have been perfectly acceptable for hundreds of years, either. So if I want to tell them about Old Mother Hubbard, Simple Simon and Little Jack Horner, I'm going to. Who cares if the PC pansies think Jack Horner should have gotten a smack for not using a spoon... with all the finger food going on these days, it just doesn't matter if he stuck in his thumb and pulled out a plum, does it.
For mine, when there's so much greed and corruption in the world, violence, physical abuse and war, I see this petty importance placed on words as an unnecessary distraction that detracts from real issues. I'd rather see their efforts going toward making our world a safer place to live... a more equitable place to live, where starvation and poverty is a thing of the past.