speaking anything that comes to your mind.
completely not necessary
freedom of speech doesn't mean you say anything that pops in your head.
killing animals for sport.
Crime of all sorts that is allegedly against their own laws.
Having to "look busy" at work when you're really not.
Bullying. Might makes right. The strong trampling on the weak.
***********. I just feel that it does more harm than good.
I fully support people's differences and the right to be who they are, without prejudice or discrimination.
I don't expect life to cater to me, and how someone else is, is really none of my business. It's only when people have intruded into my life in such a reckless way, that I have the right to complain about it. But generally we don't accept people based on differences, and it's not differences that need to be feared.
I don't. Pedophiles will never get my support.
Lately... freedom of speech
and many many are screwed for speaking freely
Depends on what? If it offends someone?
Defend what is thought to be "offensive".
Atll he "politically correct" b.s. is.
People are condoned for racist remarks. Their freedom of speech, their right to make an *** of themselves. (here I am condoning them)
Speaking out against killing innocent fetuses is acceptable but condoned.
Speaking of there being and following a "higher power" is condoned.
Speaking of very little affects me.
Speaking of a higher power is supported and encouraged by me.
I agree with your abortion statement. But so many are crucified for speaking out against it and giving any financial support. (and, yes, financial support is a form a speech) As they say, actions speak louder than words.
Speech will never physically harm someone unless someone chooses to act upon it.
The exception would be to yell into someone's ear and blow out an eardrum. (That hurts and the lifelong effect stink. Although, mine was from an explosion rather than yelling)
True gender equality, although that also conflicts with basic human nature.
Sex changes and homosexuality (bisexuality) conflict with human nature.
Crossdressing is societal
Nope, I'm talking about how society generally suppresses and shelters women. Both of these mind sets work in similar ways as far as both prevent an individual from growing. Women are tougher than a lot of men out there, and so I've not had the urge to protect one side more than the other. To treat both the same, no strings attached, is what I consider an equal approach.