Ethics - Are the Human Rights without exception?

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(Original post by Jonatan)
As long as people leave me alone to live my own life with a handful of people I get along with I dont really mind if everyone else hate my guts.
Very true. It's not like you really need people to approve of how you live your life, just for them to respect that you have the right to live it that way, and not to treat you differently for things that you can't help. I guess that's what gets me so much about homophobia- it's nobody elses damn business!

Anyway, I should be off to bed.
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Very true. It's not like you really need people to approve of how you live your life, just for them to respect that you have the right to live it that way, and not to treat you differently for things that you can't help. I guess that's what gets me so much about homophobia- it's nobody elses damn business!

Anyway, I should be off to bed.
Goodnight then...
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