Protect & care against harm

Nov 18, 2017 16:09

If anyone tries to act the scandalized by the recent revelations about certain Hollywood figures being frequent molesters, here's a twist for your mind: Actually Wes Craven already said everything about this in Scream 3 a long time ago. Go watch that movie and reconsider the stories you're hearing now ( Read more... )

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onb2017 November 18 2017, 17:50:47 UTC
See, with it's true about protecting yourself but the flip side that some people may use it against you. We are in the world now where the most innocent word or gesture can lead you to trouble. You may lose your job or even go to jail if somebody decided to use it against you. The world kind of sucks.

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matrixmann November 18 2017, 18:33:54 UTC
I know. And I really DO know that from some certain perspective...
Only I have a problem with the representation and spread of the... how do I say?... I have problem with making people be mentally constituted to expect that others must take care of not violating them.
Meaning, I have a problem with getting people to tick in such pathways that, whenever somebody harms them, that they have to call another person in order to protect their integrity and their rights ( ... )

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onb2017 November 18 2017, 18:39:11 UTC
I find people kind of have slave mentality. Like they depend on someone and they are abused maybe not directly but they will not complain and just tolerate. Aren't you proclaimed free? Seems like this contradiction never occurs to them.

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matrixmann November 18 2017, 19:09:39 UTC
Hm, that's a good term to start talking. "Slave mentality".
People are just like... little kids who make themselves dependent on someone, and when this someone doesn't treat them well, they cry out loud how much of an asshole he is. While completely ignoring that they're adults themselves and they're also responsible for taking care of keeping harm away from them - not even to say, they're also capable in physical and mental condition to do so (compared to kids who're always subject to the "I'm so small, adults are so big"-twist ( ... )

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