Let’s talk

We never really stop “coming out”.

It is something that becomes a regular part of everyday conversation. After all, it is our responsibility to disprove the assumption we never played a part in imbedding in a stranger’s mind, right? It is the real never ending story. Frustrations aside, we have gained access to one of the most highly efficient means of filtering. Our innate orientation unknowingly taps into the most advanced personality flaw detector in the social spectrum.

I cannot tell if this insight is a power or a weakness.

Perhaps it is both.

©haylesmaree

Extreme Anti-extremism

Protestors are given a bad rap; ridiculed for expressing passionate detest.

Meanwhile, those who do nothing to communicate their dismay other than the occasional social media rant or breakfast conversation, are considered to be more tolerable, sensible, and respectable individuals.

Funny, isn’t it? We look kindly upon those with empty complaints and look down upon the minority who care to put into action what the majority simply use as dinner banter.

I’m not talking about those people who shove their beliefs down your throat (that’s a separate article entirely). What I’m trying to say is that branding inaction acceptable and endorsing the ideology that freedom of speech can only be practiced amongst your “closed caption group” is perhaps the reason we have something negative to say in the first place…

…still believe the protestors are the extremists?

©haylesmaree