All it does is get me all riled up and then I have a crappy day. Maybe I was just too trusting or took things to personal. I don't know and right now I just don't care. The last straw was a conversation I was reading on facebook between a JW and one of my husbands friends. It's a long complicated story but boiled down M(my husbands friend) wanted to make a new way to categorize those that don't support good things as hatist jerks. She didn't want all the "good" Christian's to be hurt by generalization. All in all I agreed with the post. What bothers me is nobody is allowed to express their opnion about her friend. I was upset since a JW has zero place in a discussion about tolerance and not generalizing and also because I felt voiceless. I couldn't be honest and say your friend support some crappy beliefs with out her saying I'm mean. Her friend can support an organization that hurt me for twenty plus years but I can't say hey that sucks. I didn't say one thing. My husband made a post on his wall basically saying he will call a spade a spade and won't feel bad about it. M commented saying please don't be mad. I said(on his wall) "he's not mad just a bit indigent. He's also upset because I am upset." She went into a spiel about how she "doesn't want to be mean because it only makes people defend their positions." all I said was "Here's where I'm at a loss you don't want to hurt anybody because it makes them defend their positions but you want to find a way to categorize people to call them hatist jerks?" She deleted her comments off his wall with out even speaking to me. She kept her let's call them all jerks post but is now no longer continuing the conversation to me. It hurts for my feelings to be openly ignored. All I really wanted is to be listened to and to be able to express my own opinion in a polite way. Now I'm getting mad because she's now going on about the Olympics and how her heart goes out to those countries that can only send a few athletes and how she's rooting for them. Yeah really you don't want to hurt antibody's feelings but ignoring them if they are upset and is trying to articulate why something upset them is perfectly acceptable behavior.