UMayNeverKnow saidPeople posting to forums are just voicing their opinions. Whether or not you agree is a different story.
There would probably be less anger on the forums if people would respectfully disagree with one another. Quite often when I see someone disagreeing with a post, they hardly explain their own reasons for disagreeing on the subject, and will give a ton of reasons why they think the poster's opinion is so ridiculous (because you're being an old pervert/because you're a young whippersnapper/because you're a cheap slut/because you're self-loathing/because you're a trump supporter/because you're a hillary supporter/whatever) And sure, if you express any view, you're opening yourself up to criticism, that's a risk you take on any forum. But look how many topics have devolved into tit-for-tat squabbles.
There might be less anger if the 'wrong people' did or do not troll the forums. Even after the RJ website update, this site still caters to gay men, who for the most part are liberal and progressive. What the conservposse, a lot of hidden republicanized people just here to cause trouble sees in this site, I don't know. Other than the old 70's SNL skit, "count-counter point"
Republicans have turned everything into a "tit 4 tat" situation, its a sign of immaturity.
Its like going over to CNSNews.com and plaster trolling their editors with liberalisms from the gay community which I am sure would piss them off. But it would seem the gay community has a bit more couth than to stoop to the low life tactics of the GOP who is about to go down in flames very soon. I assume then this is why many RJ conservposse suddenly "disappeared" or went incognito earlier this year, doing what they do best, cause conflict while blaming others for starting it.
They need to go find their own website, but then there would be no immature, bullying "fun" in that
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