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A Kinder, Gentler Social Entropy

BroloBrolo BroseidonLord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
edited September 2011 in Social Entropy++
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Morality is a thing. I try not to be a jerk, most of the time. I find as I've gotten older it's easier to have uncharitable thoughts about people, and I find that I'm much quicker to judge people based on appearances and categorization than I have been in the past.

This is bugging me a lot, and I'm actively trying to stop myself from doing it.

These forums are a funny place - thanks to you cats I'm much more aware of bigotry than I've ever been. It has made things very awkward where I work, where co-workers and clients still feel comfortable making blatantly sexist/racist/transphobic/homophobic jokes and remarks. It's difficult to not "have a laugh" with your friends and instead be the disappointed finger-wagger.

So l want to hear about your experiences with everyone's favorite kind of morality: social morality, both on these parts and in your awful real lives.


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