• racerxonclar

    This is why I generally dislike anyone that identifies with a group, if you get my meaning. Treating people fairly and evenly doesn't require associating with some group of people... it's just called being a good human being. When you start touching groups (SJWs, etc), I don't know... it always feels like it just degrades into this self-feeding circle of nonsense.

    • ducky (edited 8 years ago)

      I'd have to agree with that sentiment. Forming a group quite often tends to lead to a kind of group-think where you're discouraged from forming your own opinion on things. I'm obviously not saying all groups are like that, but quite a few are.