fueledbyvessel

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@Rydellingtons_Child js, my opinion doesn't discriminate against an entire group of people simply because of my personal "comfort zone," so pretty sure I'm not the one with the bullshit opinion around here

fueledbyvessel

@Rydellingtons_Child could the transgender boy you disrespected respect your opinion? think about how he already feels by you defacing him and basically telling him that he lives his life wrong simply because you disagree with it. that boy could already go through hell and unacceptance from his family, so the least you could do is consider his feelings rather than your own and not add to the hell he already is forced to live simply because he decided to outwardly displays who he wants to be.
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mcclesyy

@fueledbyvessel we all have different comfort zones and the LGBT+ thing is outside my comfort zone. I respecr your opinion. Cant you respect mine?
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fueledbyvessel

@Rydellingtons_Child if this were, say, a law that was being passed, I would understand. but this is dealing with basic human rights. not just an opinion. Hitler's opinion affected millions of others. think about that. millions of people wound up dead because he was discriminating against them. maybe you don't spread hate online, but it could be considered bullying to straightforwardly disregard someone by telling them their gender that they identify with is invalid, and following it up by directly disrespecting them with the wrong pronouns and name. bullying comes in all different forms, and a lot of it is disrespect based on your "personal comfort zone"
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fueledbyvessel

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@Rydellingtons_Child js, my opinion doesn't discriminate against an entire group of people simply because of my personal "comfort zone," so pretty sure I'm not the one with the bullshit opinion around here

fueledbyvessel

@Rydellingtons_Child could the transgender boy you disrespected respect your opinion? think about how he already feels by you defacing him and basically telling him that he lives his life wrong simply because you disagree with it. that boy could already go through hell and unacceptance from his family, so the least you could do is consider his feelings rather than your own and not add to the hell he already is forced to live simply because he decided to outwardly displays who he wants to be.
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mcclesyy

@fueledbyvessel we all have different comfort zones and the LGBT+ thing is outside my comfort zone. I respecr your opinion. Cant you respect mine?
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fueledbyvessel

@Rydellingtons_Child if this were, say, a law that was being passed, I would understand. but this is dealing with basic human rights. not just an opinion. Hitler's opinion affected millions of others. think about that. millions of people wound up dead because he was discriminating against them. maybe you don't spread hate online, but it could be considered bullying to straightforwardly disregard someone by telling them their gender that they identify with is invalid, and following it up by directly disrespecting them with the wrong pronouns and name. bullying comes in all different forms, and a lot of it is disrespect based on your "personal comfort zone"
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fueledbyvessel

what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

fueledbyvessel

Becoming obsessed just happens. You can't control it.

fueledbyvessel

*stalker *their all we're saying is that when you like their music that's a whole different type of fan. That's being a fan of their music, not them themselves. I am not a stalker, sometimes I just come across certain things or I become curious. I don't on purpose know their middle names and birth dates.