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I'm also almost a Buddhist myself. The difference is that I don't believe in the supernatural aspects about it like reincarnation. I just value a lot of the philosophy especially when it comes to how to think in a positive way and find inner peace. I also like Stoicism in a similar way.
In terms of general approach though, I don't agree with social crusader types very much in their aggressive approach to try to shun their perceived opposition. If I use the more aggressive and radicalized and separatist forms of feminism as an example, I think it might be a large contributing factor in why we see this equally hostile and separatist form of MGTOW as a backlash.I'm into a much more gentle approach favoring persuasion and cooperation. The idea of a better society to me is one where, for example, men and women bet along better and resolve their differences and establish more agreeable systems for them both. If there is hope for such a better society in the future, then I think it will be created more through friendships between people of opposing viewpoints than by becoming enemies.
Do you care when religion tries to change laws in the place you live due to there religious beliefs though? I would think so?
@Kaneki05 Religion is no different than any other group of lobbyists that I would agree/disagree with, so I don't single them out.Republicans, Democrats, Presidents, corporate interest groups, religions, etc; they all try to (or do) affect legislative changes that I don't agree with, so there's no real point to focusing on, say, anti-abortion activists while another group is pushing for fracking, tax changes, or opening/closing a pipeline (just examples).
I suppose. But i think for myself i like to single out anyone trying to ruin lives with there laws. But not feeling that way is alright too not that i understand that perspective.
But it shouldn't be.