• Please explain?

    Best answer: The whole concept of transgender is a societal construct rather than a natural construct. People come in a wide variety of mental health and strength. There are effeminate men and masculine women, however that does not mean that their biological makeup is wrong. It simply means that there is diversity in the... show more
    Best answer: The whole concept of transgender is a societal construct rather than a natural construct. People come in a wide variety of mental health and strength. There are effeminate men and masculine women, however that does not mean that their biological makeup is wrong. It simply means that there is diversity in the population. The reason that society now accepts gender manipulation is because the liberal portion of the population want to push their lack of values onto the rest of us.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to deal with cyber bullying?

    Best answer: Block who ever is bullying you. If they make new accounts, delete the social media platform that they're bullying you on. they'll get bored if you don't retaliate. if it doesn't stop, just stay off social media until the bully moves on to someone else. as long as you don't react to it, the bully... show more
    Best answer: Block who ever is bullying you. If they make new accounts, delete the social media platform that they're bullying you on. they'll get bored if you don't retaliate. if it doesn't stop, just stay off social media until the bully moves on to someone else. as long as you don't react to it, the bully will get bored and move on. just don't react.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is it no longer frowned down upon to have babies out of wedlock?

    Best answer: Liberals in society are having their way. The strength of the nuclear family is threatening to the liberal. Society is evolving to be weaker and vulnerable--liberal utopia.
    Best answer: Liberals in society are having their way. The strength of the nuclear family is threatening to the liberal. Society is evolving to be weaker and vulnerable--liberal utopia.
    16 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why people are so aggressive about English grammar here?

    Best answer: I think it's a response to a nasty heavily slanted question to make a point that people who are nasty often are lacking in education. So the grammar issues in nasty questions are pointed out.
    Best answer: I think it's a response to a nasty heavily slanted question to make a point that people who are nasty often are lacking in education. So the grammar issues in nasty questions are pointed out.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can Britain return to high moral values and integrity and abandon degeneracy prevelent in 2019.?

    Best answer: There is already a shift towards less permissiveness and greater outrage expressed about anything naughty.
    Best answer: There is already a shift towards less permissiveness and greater outrage expressed about anything naughty.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why was he trying to play me?

    Best answer: 100% probability.
    Best answer: 100% probability.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What, in your opinion is the most important Natural Law? Or do you not believe in Natural Law?

    Best answer: Live and Let Live!
    Best answer: Live and Let Live!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think if aliens attacked Earth, it would unite human beings? Or would we still be fighting among ourselves?

    Best answer: Nice thought. I truly believe a common enemy unites. I lived a bit of it during 9/11. I had no idea that Americans were so capable of such deep-rooted patriotism and common ground.
    Best answer: Nice thought. I truly believe a common enemy unites. I lived a bit of it during 9/11. I had no idea that Americans were so capable of such deep-rooted patriotism and common ground.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does power corrupt people?

    Best answer: That is a theory put forth by Lord Acton, a 19th-century British historian. It seemed to have been backed up by a number of psychological studies, most notably by the 1992 Stanford Prison Experiment. However, more recent studies show that that's only sometimes true and that sometimes and with some people,... show more
    Best answer: That is a theory put forth by Lord Acton, a 19th-century British historian. It seemed to have been backed up by a number of psychological studies, most notably by the 1992 Stanford Prison Experiment. However, more recent studies show that that's only sometimes true and that sometimes and with some people, power brings out the best in them.

    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-n...
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Two atheists are arguing about a social issue. Which one should win. Which one is right?

    Do you say it ultimately comes down to the society. It comes down to the government and a voting majority that establishes the government and social issue norms? I've had it told to me by atheists that the voting majority CAN, AND HAS BEEN wrong on social issues. How in the world do you know when this... show more
    Do you say it ultimately comes down to the society. It comes down to the government and a voting majority that establishes the government and social issue norms? I've had it told to me by atheists that the voting majority CAN, AND HAS BEEN wrong on social issues. How in the world do you know when this happens atheists? What is the voting majority currently wrong about?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are internet users (commenters) more hostile than they were 10 years ago?

    Or is it just my imagination? I don't remember people blasting other folks' tastes, character, politics etc in the way they do now.
    Or is it just my imagination? I don't remember people blasting other folks' tastes, character, politics etc in the way they do now.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why American are very racists?

    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What would you do if you got a C in only one class out of 6, all the rest were A's. I am a psychology and sociology double major. I highly?

    Best answer: I think you should pick whichever job you will like the most after you graduate. But, caution, just because you enjoy the sociology classes, doesn't necessarily mean you will like the job itself, especially if you have to make house calls. There's certainly no reason to take a class for fun; it will only... show more
    Best answer: I think you should pick whichever job you will like the most after you graduate.
    But, caution, just because you enjoy the sociology classes, doesn't necessarily mean you
    will like the job itself, especially if you have to make house calls. There's certainly no reason
    to take a class for fun; it will only take up your time. Pharmacy school takes 6 years
    (including pre-pharmacy courses).
    2 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it wrong that I think I'm ugly?

    I know that it's not nice to all anyone ugly but what if a call myself ugly? Someone said thatch was ugly but I took it as a compliment because the person said that ugly people have the best personalities.
    I know that it's not nice to all anyone ugly but what if a call myself ugly? Someone said thatch was ugly but I took it as a compliment because the person said that ugly people have the best personalities.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago