While I don't doubt I could polarise whomever reads this, all I have to say is this: I refuse to swim with piranhas, especially if they lack a broad sense of humour.
I'm considering becoming automatically against anyone who demands that if 'I'm not with them, I'm against them'; I don't have to be party to your preferences to deserve your respect. I was ostracised from my peer group for 7 years of my childhood and then eventually got moved from my country of birth to the current country of residence, where by default I stick out like a sore thumb as 'not from the culture'; as a result ever since, it is arguable that I've had an outsider perspective and have had most of my compulsions to go along with groupthink beaten out of me by merciless bullying. However, rigidity of thinking is the exact thing I'm criticising here and something I would aspire to never ascribe to for it's own sake.
Speaking as both a sociologically and anthropologically inclined thinker... The unassailable spacing afforded to prominent discourses in our modern world is both idiopathic and crazy. I honestly would like to hitchhike with any passing intergalactic ships so if you got a ride; if you know of any or are about to charter a ride off the planet to somewhere habitable, please consider bringing me along. I promise to do my best helping the starfolk as, frankly, I'm starting to give up hope that there's any collective intelligence on this planet at large.
Here's some evidence of how people tear each other down while saying they're on the side that builds people up:s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/pvp…pvponline.com/comic/2017-09-25theslot.jezebel.com/white-wome…www.chicagotribune.com/columns…