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It wasn't confusing :) But see the thing is-if people take sides they may not know the whole story. So they're making the wrong person isolated
That's true but I think it's because people tend to be driven by their emotions and we judge people right away. Like when we see people, we assume what they're liked based off their looks. People don't often have enough of the restraint or willpower (I don't know what's the correct word to use here) to remain logical. Lol I really like using examples as a way of explaining what I mean, so I have a perfect example of this. Not sure if you've heard of Slazo's drama, he's a youtuber, he was accused by his ex girlfriend of things like forcing his ex girlfriend (when he was 16-17 and she was 14, I think were the ages) to do sexual things and having rape tendencies. There was a whole letter she had written talking about certain events that occurred and it included some msgs between the two. A lot of people immediately took her side and started hating on Slazo. They were driven by emotions, the word "rape" brings out a lot of strong emotions from people. However there were people like The right opinion (another youtuber) who were able to remain calm and try to see things from a more neutral logical side. The letter didn't actually provide any factual evidence, only contextual evidence from the ex, and the msgs conflicted a little with the letter. The right opinion waited and encouraged Slazo to share his side, where it turned out the ex had lied. What The right opinion did was well right lol but it's hard to always remain neutral because you want to express your views, opinions, and sometimes feel the strong need to protest against something. It's like a try not to react challenge, where you can't react until the end of the video or in this case situation. Not a lot of people can do that.