Why us it all about Gay?

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Slander in the USA is an untrue defamatory statement that is spoken orally. Libel is an untrue defamatory statement that is made in writing. If there is intent to create true harm to a person's reputation, both are and should be illegal.

Simple insults should not be punishable.

Now in the scenario you describe, insulting your neighbor all day, every time you see him, etc., would be harassment which can be illegal here in the USA, depending on intent. That was not what I was talking about.

Just curious, you took offense at me jokingly calling you a "mong" yesterday, yet today you say I should not have voting rights etc because (I) clearly need therapy and psychological help. Do you see the irony and hypocrisy here?
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There is a difference how i personally look at things and how the state should look at iT..
In you’re mind insults should not be punishable..
this would create much violence. Person A insulting person B. Person B normally Goes to file a complaint at policestation but if insult is legal he cannot so he responds with violence.

But brent nevermind you have you’re opinion i have mine.
I come to the conclusion that iT has no use trying to convince you of things.
You have strange views of how society should be.
Why try to convince somebody to change their opinions on the internet? It is a total waste of time. I simply state my opinions, I do not try to alter yours.
 
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What does this have to do with slander and / or libel?
 
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Maybe there weren't many openly gay people about because you and your montco county situation looking Guido's made it scary for them to be open about their sexuality.

I always love how the easiest answers always seem to escape you
I lived in Germantown during my High school Years... school was about 80% Black if not more. The black kids were certainly more aggressive to "gayness" then the small 15% of Irish/Italian kids and the handful of Asian kids.
 
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@Brighton Bomber on a sitenote : no cop while file charges if i come there and say you called me a dumb person or a donky ass mostly its about heavy insults...

we have heavy insults like calling someone a cancer patiënt (we swear a lot with disease names) or the Son of a whore.
Those are regarded as extremely offensive.

What in the english language is considered a “harmless” insult and/or a common used word like motherfucker or Son of a bitch for example..
In my nation insulting someones mother is ensuering yourself to get a beating

I think in every nation insulting someone mum ensure a beating or at least a retort of some kind aimed at their mother. That's not something unique to where your from. Every culture has bad insults, usually you just insult someone back, no need for violence or getting the police involved that just seems unnecessary from my perspective.

Christ I've lost count the number of times I've insulted someone for doing something stupid like not indicating when driving and almost hitting me or a cyclist on the pavement almost hitting me or when I'm jogging some idiot doesn't look where he's going and walks right into my path. They fuck up, I call them an asshole or a cunt so they know they fucked up and we both go on our way it doesn't devolve into violence like you described in your other post but I guess that's the difference where you come from, people will get easily offended and fight over nothing but an insult where here it's not something deemed worth getting into a fight over at least by any adult with common sense.
 
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Maybe there weren't many openly gay people about because you and your montco county situation looking Guido's made it scary for them to be open about their sexuality.

I always love how the easiest answers always seem to escape you
Nah I just think it was how it was at the time to be fair to Medicine, what he described is pretty much how it was like for me and I'm from Brighton the gay capital of the UK. If anywhere back then people could be openly gay in school it was in a liberal and open minded town like Brighton.

But just like how medicine described back in school in the 90's nobody was openly gay and up to the early 00's even in a place like Brighton me and my socially circle would use the word gay as an insult and this was even with gay people in our social circle it was just accepted as an insult.

People just didn't talk about homosexuality. I honestly never even considered people I knew were gay or even formed an opinion on the matter until someone I worked with declared he was gay. It wasn't something people really talked about much.
 
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I think in every nation insulting someone mum ensure a beating or at least a retort of some kind aimed at their mother. That's not something unique to where your from. Every culture has bad insults, usually you just insult someone back, no need for violence or getting the police involved that just seems unnecessary from my perspective.

Christ I've lost count the number of times I've insulted someone for doing something stupid like not indicating when driving and almost hitting me or a cyclist on the pavement almost hitting me or when I'm jogging some idiot doesn't look where he's going and walks right into my path. They fuck up, I call them an asshole or a cunt so they know they fucked up and we both go on our way it doesn't devolve into violence like you described in your other post but I guess that's the difference where you come from, people will get easily offended and fight over nothing but an insult where here it's not something deemed worth getting into a fight over at least by any adult with common sense.
Well in english the term motherfucker and Son of a bitch is used quite often. Overhere that would garantee a smack at least.

Insults are culturually different.
Like i said we use a lot of diseases in other languages/ nations i have not noticed these
 
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Nah I just think it was how it was at the time to be fair to Medicine, what he described is pretty much how it was like for me and I'm from Brighton the gay capital of the UK. If anywhere back then people could be openly gay in school it was in a liberal and open minded town like Brighton.

But just like how medicine described back in school in the 90's nobody was openly gay and up to the early 00's even in a place like Brighton me and my socially circle would use the word gay as an insult and this was even with gay people in our social circle it was just accepted as an insult.

People just didn't talk about homosexuality. I honestly never even considered people I knew were gay or even formed an opinion on the matter until someone I worked with declared he was gay. It wasn't something people really talked about much.
Yeah, my childhood experiences were pretty much the same as you both.

No one was openly gay, even though I know that some were. Anyone who "seemed gay" would get a hard time too.

I think it's much better now, not that there aren't still problems.
 
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Well in english the term motherfucker and Son of a bitch is used quite often. Overhere that would garantee a smack at least.

Insults are culturually different.
Like i said we use a lot of diseases in other languages/ nations i have not noticed these
No other people are classless like the Dutch
Wishing cancer upon someone is worse than a figurative "motherfucker" yet the latter warrants a slap and not the former? World upside down. Weird Dutchies.
 
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Everyone has a right to live how they want and love how they want, but to say it's normal is where I draw the line. It's normal to dress a 7 year old boy in a dress because he acts feminine? Maybe he's feminine because the kid grew up in a household full of women. The whole LGBRQ community has become one of the biggest bully community out there, pushing their agenda. Anyone who doesn't agree with them is considered a bigot.
 

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Only like a couple of % of the population is gay but the mainstream media in recent years have pushed Gay to the point where it's practically considered cool to be gay. Celebrities on Instagram are always posting up gay pride stuff even if they aren't gay.

What's the agenda
The only 'agenda' is to protect that small percentage of people. Maybe its not 'cool' to be gay, but it's definitely not 'uncool' to be gay either. You might see celebrities who have gay family members posting their support content because they are sick of seeing them bullied or otherwise fucked with by religious nutters who have an anti-gay agenda. If you aren't gay, you don't know anyone who is, and otherwise don't care...just ignore it man. It doesn't really affect you does it? Do you feel like you are being turned gay by social media posts?
 
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Do we really?

I have never once in my life seen a gay person openly harrassed or attacked, never seen it.

I'm not saying it doesn't happen but I'd hardly say it is an issue so severe we need constant media reinforcement of gay tolerance.

I think we have gay tolerance, wholesale
Just the fact that you are asking these questions tells me you have an agenda.

You know... people still deny the holocaust even happened? People with an agenda to deny the holocaust and spread those ideas to unsuspecting fools, they like to do things like join the History subreddit and form their denial into seemingly reasonable questions in an effort to lead people down this path of denying that one of the most awful events in history ever took place. That's the vibe I'm getting off of your question in the OP.
 

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Everyone has a right to live how they want and love how they want, but to say it's normal is where I draw the line. It's normal to dress a 7 year old boy in a dress because he acts feminine? Maybe he's feminine because the kid grew up in a household full of women. The whole LGBRQ community has become one of the biggest bully community out there, pushing their agenda. Anyone who doesn't agree with them is considered a bigot.
Growing up in a household full of women doesn't make little boys gay. It's normal because it's normal. If you look at the rest of the natural animal kingdom you'll find that most other species exhibit even more homosexual behavior than humans do.

And when we talk about dressing little boys in dresses because they act feminine... Has this ever happened to you? Did you raise a son who seemed super feminine at an early age, no matter what you did... no matter how much manly stuff you made him do, no matter how much sports you enrolled him in? Can you speak to how difficult it is to make these decisions for your child if you've never been put in that position? And what if you did put your 7 year old male child in a dress because that's what they want to wear? Is that gonna be a problem for your child or is it more gonna be a problem for the other kids because it isn't 'normal'? I tell ya what, if you take the other kids out of the equation and you put the kid in the clothes he or she wants to wear, you've got a happy kid. It's not your or your child's fault that other people don't teach tolerance to their 'normal' kids.

It's pretty damn easy to sit back and make judgements about how other people raise their kids when you aren't experiencing what they are.
 
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Growing up in a household full of women doesn't make little boys gay. It's normal because it's normal. If you look at the rest of the natural animal kingdom you'll find that most other species exhibit even more homosexual behavior than humans do.

And when we talk about dressing little boys in dresses because they act feminine... Has this ever happened to you? Did you raise a son who seemed super feminine at an early age, no matter what you did... no matter how much manly stuff you made him do, no matter how much sports you enrolled him in? Can you speak to how difficult it is to make these decisions for your child if you've never been put in that position? And what if you did put your 7 year old male child in a dress because that's what they want to wear? Is that gonna be a problem for your child or is it more gonna be a problem for the other kids because it isn't 'normal'? I tell ya what, if you take the other kids out of the equation and you put the kid in the clothes he or she wants to wear, you've got a happy kid. It's not your or your child's fault that other people don't teach tolerance to their 'normal' kids.

It's pretty damn easy to sit back and make judgements about how other people raise their kids when you aren't experiencing what they are.
Sounds like I struck a nerve. If homosexuality is normal to you, then good for you. It's not to most, no matter how much you try to normalize it. There would be less push-back if the agenda wasn't so forced.
 

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Nah I just think it was how it was at the time to be fair to Medicine, what he described is pretty much how it was like for me and I'm from Brighton the gay capital of the UK. If anywhere back then people could be openly gay in school it was in a liberal and open minded town like Brighton.

But just like how medicine described back in school in the 90's nobody was openly gay and up to the early 00's even in a place like Brighton me and my socially circle would use the word gay as an insult and this was even with gay people in our social circle it was just accepted as an insult.

People just didn't talk about homosexuality. I honestly never even considered people I knew were gay or even formed an opinion on the matter until someone I worked with declared he was gay. It wasn't something people really talked about much.
Lol people didn't talk about it much because it was still considered socially stigmatizing to be gay. I don't care how open you believe your community was, there aren't more gays now people just aren't afraid to express themselves for dear of being beaten or killed.

Be like an old white guy saying "we used to say n!gger and kike all the time, nobody took offense to it."

Well yeah people did, just because they didn't openly state it at the time it's still psychologically damaging having to be an other.