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Top 10 The Most Important Things for People to Stop Being Offended By

By Thao Pham Mar 8, 2024

1. Personal views


Some people have been really unpleasant to me simply because I have disagreed with them. Over and over, I wasn’t even trying to attack them. For what reason does it matter to them if everyone agrees with them? When someone isn’t assaulting you, it’s fine to ask why they have a particular opinion, but you shouldn’t attack them.

If someone insists that Twilight is the finest book and movie series ever, even though it’s terrible, then I will respect their perspective. My Little Pony and To Kill a Mockingbird are my favourite shows to watch.

Opinions on TheTopTens are skewed. You will not enjoy yourself if you are a fan of pop music, Sword Art Online, Pokemon Serena, or Frozen.

2. An Evaluation


Contrast constructive criticism with unnecessary criticism. Helpful is excellent.

My apologies if I’m incorrect. You’re upset with me because I’m pointing out the issue?

Assuming it’s constructive, it aids in your growth.

3. Puns


Honestly, I wouldn’t care if someone took offence to a joke because I have a dark sense of humour. Laughter is not the same as harassment! a few caveats

Everybody has their own unique sense of humour, and it all comes down to the jokes that others find funny. It could spark controversy because they find it hilarious or deeply upsetting.

You need to go out of here if you’re upset because I made fun of your bad joke in a place where it’s more accepted; I can understand if you were going through a bad patch and I just watched your video on the issue.

4. Facts


Assuming the facts are not twisted or used to discredit you, telling the truth is not inherently wrong.

What is true is true. Similar to climate change, there are occasions when individuals interpret growing CO2 levels and world temperatures as a sign of impending doom, even though such a calamity really occurred in the Middle Ages. Look no further than the election to see how easily facts may be twisted, but facts are indifferent to how you feel about them.

Yep. Some people still find offence in simple facts.
Some examples of this group’s ideology are ultraconservatives, anti-vaxxers, religious fundamentalists, and social justice warriors.
Thankfully, though, a few of these have subsided somewhat.

5. Nazis of Grammar


Although they may be bothersome, grammar nazis merely want to fix people’s spelling and grammar errors. You should work on your spelling and punctuation if you despise these individuals.

Someone who uses the word “Nazi” is essentially someone who backs Hitler, wishes he were still alive, and uses the threat of punishment to ensure that people use proper grammar.

There is no respect in my life for someone who takes offence when others point out their grammar mistakes.
I love grammar nazis.

6. Bodies


It disgusts me, and I don’t know how people can be upset about it. This is one of my biggest pet peeves; I try not to bring it up in conversation, but everyone keeps telling me that I should be embarrassed by how disgusting they find me when I express my disgust, and it’s getting to me.

While the thought of having sex or engaging in any activity related to it makes me gag, I understand that many creatures, including humans, rely on it for reproduction. Without it, our species would surely perish. To a reasonable extent, I don’t dislike it when other people do it.

Because this is the reason you are living, it is genuinely very significant.

7. But that person cyberbullied me and made me feel depressed!

is one of the insults displayed on the screen. Envision yourself being upset over screen words and asserting that it causes despair.
If you’re not an easily triggered brat, nasty comments said on a screen won’t hurt you—and oftentimes, this so-called “cyberbullying” isn’t even harassment. Many times, it’s simply someone making fun of someone or offering constructive criticism, but some idiots mistake it for harassment. Online harassment includes making fun of someone or criticising them.
As I mentioned before, a lot of the time, what people call “cyberbullying” is actually simply someone making fun of someone or criticising them online, and that person becomes really offended.

The situation determines the answer. While it may be difficult to address toxic behaviour online in general, it can quickly escalate into bullying when it occurs in a school setting (cyberbullying).

8. GLB


I do not identify with either the masculine or feminine gender. More joy and ease has washed over me. Hatred of those who are different is what homophobes are all about. You homophobes deserve hell.

Who am I? A bisexual! Any gender would be fine with me as a date; I have no preference. As far as anyone can see, liking another person does not insult anyone. It’s as if you were hurt by your best friend’s admiration for someone of the other sex. People should be free to date whoever they like. What a beautiful thing love is!

That one is the most important to me. People that are homophobic sicken me. People who constantly complain about insignificant civil rights are vile, but I can still maintain cordial ties with a few of the others.

9. Infirmity


I take it that your child’s autism makes you question your own species? There isn’t, I’m sorry to say that. I absolutely adore my autism! As a gift, autism is more than a curse.

Excuse me? People with autism are offensive to those that feel offended?! My brother is a special needs student!

Due to its hereditary nature, autism has no known cure.

10. Expletive words


Though I generally dislike profanity, I do recall a second grader who advised me to say “duck” with a F instead of a d. I had no idea the f-word existed back then; I just thought “idiot” was a swear term. I swore and was terrified someone would tell my teacher about the time that child taught me that.

Some non-slur words are considered swears, and I just don’t get why. If it isn’t disparaging, there’s no need for it to be offensive.

Just words that individuals use when they’re extremely enthralled or furious. Definitely not worth getting worked up about.

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