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By Anonymous - / Saturday 7 November 2015 13:02 / Canada - Surrey
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This is what's wrong in our culture. No one, especially men, can show emotion and affection anymore without being labeled as "homosexual" or "pervert" or "pedophile". OP, ignore it. You were being a good friend and I'm sure your friend appreciated it.

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There are a lot of immature people out there. Pay them no mind and continue comforting your pal.........By the way if his mother passed away last night why in the world is he going to work the next day? Poor guy needs to be home with family or something.

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I dont even know nor understand what inclines people to be such asshats to others, at this rate, there really will be 2 types of people in this world, kids who are raised ignorant in bubble wrap, and the dickwad bullies like this asshole who stops others from wanting to interact with others.

This is what's wrong in our culture. No one, especially men, can show emotion and affection anymore without being labeled as "homosexual" or "pervert" or "pedophile". OP, ignore it. You were being a good friend and I'm sure your friend appreciated it.

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And then everyone wonders why so many men end up snapping and committing acts of violence. Anger can often be one of the only emotions they learn how to really express to others. Anything else makes them "weak" apparently. It's ridiculous.

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Even them strangers will call them pedophiles. My bro is 25 and has 4 kids. Whenever people see him hugging his own kids they give him weird looks and some have even called him a creep or pervert.

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Women are punished for expressing different emotions. Angry or passionate women are labeled "crazy" and dismissed; sad or lonely women are "needy" and desperate. The stigma against showing feelings is leveled heavily against men, but it does not affect only men by any means.

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I disagree: violence is not the answer in this setting. Besides, such overreaction to a mere label would support the notion that being called "gay" is something as offensive as, say, being called the N word.

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I might not agree with the violence, but gay being used as a slur completely depends on how it is used. This person DID use it in an insulting and demeaning way. The word itself isn't insulting, the intent behind it is what makes it bad.

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