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It will not get better. by Ramen27 It will not get better. by Ramen27
While it's true that we should treat others as people and not like lesser beings just because they are different (because really, we're all different), that doesn't mean we should be forced to tolerate and accept everything OR ELSE. I'm really sick of this militant attitude that we have no right to disagree with certain things we think is wrong, and if we do, we're bigots and morons. I think that mindset is in and of itself, very bigoted, closed-minded and ignorant.

The point of this stamp is about dealing with adversity - something that I feel more and more of today's youth seem to be unable to handle. The truth is, life brings adversity, no matter what. You WILL face it at some point. When we force "tolerance and acceptance of EVERYTHING" on kids, they grow up later being totally unequipped for real world trials. Things will not go their way and they'll have no idea how to deal with it. Instead of handling problems with maturity, and good character, they will whine and cry like an entitled, spoiled brat.

While it's true that we should teach kids it's wrong to bully (something we SHOULD have been doing for a long time now), kids also need to know how to have some skin and learn how to properly deal with life's trials, instead of crying "H8ER!!!!!!" and "GO DIE BIGOT!" type bullshit.

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BloodTheShinyAbsol Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014
Hm. So, Humans...
A.) Fighting for their RIGHTS
B.) People that are bullied wanting people to STOP and deal with THAT'S WHO THEY ARE
C.) And just trying

So, Fighting and being who you are is building up WHINERS and CRYBABIES?
In the words of Macklemore... "A world so hateful someone rather die than be who you are."
I hate you! :heart:
Impious-Imp Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014
Lol I like this one.  Read it in an old man voice.
animedisneyluver809 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014
I can't stand whiners and crybabies! 
KINGRIEVOUS Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
LookAtMyLittlePoneh Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
well, would you like it better if there was no acceptance, love and tolerance?
Yep, you probably wouldn't.
Oh and in EVERY generation of kids there are whiners and crybabies. In EVERY generation there are bad eggs. That's life for you. But being a whiner (ex. this stamp) about whiners doesn't make you better than the whiners you whine about. Lol whineception. The way you deal with these people is accept the fact and move on.
toxicdemon10 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Student Digital Artist
whats so wrong about loving everyone -.-
Private-Funny-Man Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014
I sort of agree with this. Peace, acceptance, and tolerance should be taught, but to a limit. We shouldn't tolerate racism. So what? They have different colored skin, big deal. And there are so many other things I could say.
PkGam Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It is true that realism is always a factor over the ideal world because chances are the world will never be perfect. Though I think it still is important to explain the importance of tolerance and acceptance because it teaches a portion of critical thinking skills through why you and others would want that, which is by far the best skill anyone can have.

Realism of course takes over at times because the world is not perfect. So people do have to know how to deal with it. That can also be attributed to critical thinking skill because when you look at things logically, you'll see what needs to be done. Of course there are people who are too timid to do that even if they are critical thinkers, but that's a different subject entirely because that has more to do with personality more than thinking.
myname1z4xs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Peace through power
Harmony through discipline
Gwenvar Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013   General Artist
Well, I see what you mean, but I think the stamp is quite misleading: the real problem what you have brought up would be being puny, not being tolerant or acceptable.
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