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Still New - Disappointed

Spirit of Light

Be who ever you want
Not exactly. More, a same interest, similar views area. Like how this place has different sections for economic policies. If it doesn't, that's fine. I'll likely just start ignoring the worse of these people, for my own peace of mind and enjoyment. After all, I'm here to enjoy my time here, not deal with woke netizens and the alphabet mafia for days on end.
I have been in this forum for a good 4 years or so....never got used to the "fight" about who is right and who is wrong.....

I just want to be me...in a forum to discuss and learn from likeminded people....not everyone accept that I guess :)

Father Heathen

Veteran Member
The EU considered similar requests from the farming industry (particularly France). The "basis" was that customers are getting confused.
It was thrown out.
That would require consumers to be illiterate. Besides, in U.S. groceries at least, imitation meat is usually placed in it's own area (usually near produce) rather than displayed alongside the real thing.


Veteran Member
So they wouldn't be preaching at all? Or is encouraging moral, principled behavior only "virtue signaling" when it doesn't align with your own narrative?
Encouraging moral behavior and virtue signaling are two different things.

"the sharing of one's point of view on a social or political issue, often on social media, in order to garner praise or acknowledgment of one’s righteousness from others who share that point of view, or to passively rebuke those who do not:"


gerund or present participle: preaching
  1. deliver a sermon or religious address to an assembled group of people, typically in church.
    "he preached to a large congregation"


Still learning to be wise
Staff member
Premium Member
Oh I'm all for that.

What I'm not for is the incessant need by insecure people who feel the need for inclusivity to be forced and pushed into anything and everything that isn't nailed down.

People who don't care about this stuff need their space too.
Uhhh racists are hiding behind that these days.
Not accusing you of anything.
It’s just an observation.
Look at the folks crying about the Little Mermaid being black for instance.
They’re pathetic, imo