We are expected in today’s world not to refer to a person as “he or she” (unless they specifically ask you to do so). Evidently, the terms are offensive to trans and gender-nonconforming people.
In the new world, it’s become important not to offend anyone who identifies themselves as being different from others.
I believe the respect being extended to gender-nonconforming people by society should also be extended to vaccine-nonconforming persons.
What do you think about this idea?
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If people could all give one another mutual respect and consideration it would certainly curb the division amongst us.
But everyone has an agenda. The vaxxers thoughts of being able to get covid from unvaxxers is fear based and scientifically irrational. (If you don’t take your aspirin mine won’t work either. 😂)And that is if there was a real virus which there is not. So it is even all the more obsurd.
And the un-vaxxers want to save their family and friends from the lethal injections, so naturally they want to educate the vaxxers. But there is only so much you can say or do. If you push too hard you could send them further in the wrong direction. You just hope and pray that they have heard a word or two of what you have shared with them.
And I don’t have any problem with people expressing what gender they identify with to be their true selves. (I just attended my gay cousin’s wedding a few weeks ago) But this gender word business is for the birds! I think it is absolutely ridiculous to squabble over a pronoun. That is making a mountain out of a molehill, in my opinion.
But nevertheless, if I was asked to refer to someone by a certain pronoun I would do it.
And to answer the initial question? Yes, absolutely! The un-vaxxers should be treated with respect. To give you have to receive. And that would make the world a lot nicer place to live in!
Thanks for sharing your opinion, Lisa! 🙂