Originally Posted by Dennis
It's more to do with the phantom "rights" people assume they have when it comes to people being able to express their opinion. I've said it on here before - I refuse to believe that I cannot express my opinion, simply because it offends someone to read it.
NOW.....this is wide open to misinterpretation. Obviously within rules, guidelines and general decency, we can't just discuss anything
- here. In the privacy of our own homes, we surely can.
So, I have the right to say what I want. You - for instance - have the right to be offended by whatever I say. What you don't have a right to is to object to me EVER saying it in front of you, simply because it's sensitive to you. If it fits into the social guidelines of the environment
, then it's open for discussion and not selective censorship. Understand?