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RedEmmaSpeaks wrote (edited )

I don't think I could ever be in a relationship with someone who believes that some people aren't fully human and therefore, are undeserving of the basic rights due to them as citizens and human beings. This isn't a minor thing that can be overlooked like, say, they hate Star Wars, while I love Star Wars; this is a major cornerstone of my philosophy, one that I can't give up without becoming a completely different person. If he or she loves me, they love ME, not some vision they have of me.

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zorblax wrote

Sure, but could a right wing person be in a relationship with me?

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emma wrote (edited )

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Cosmicsloth42 wrote

I mean, yeah. If they enjoyed all the thing I enjoyed, has similar values as me (besides politically that is) than I don't see why not. I am a lot more than just my politics.

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DissidentRage wrote (edited )

That wouldn't work at all.

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sudo wrote

The only "relationship" I'd be in with them would be one where I bash them.

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selver wrote

I have before, with people that I didn't talk politics with.

They were terrible relationships though and I wouldn't do it again.

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My3rdAccout wrote (edited )

I know a couple that's like that: the wife is pure "sjw", feminist, helps imigrants, and really cool (not radical, but ally non the less).

The husband got caught up in our version of alt-right recently(~1yr), and say antisemite stuff and watches racist youtube (dieudonné, an outdated french humorist that got his fame back by beign a controversial racist bigot). He's slowly loosing touch with reality. It's really sad because his heart is obviously left wing, but that right wing shit is messing with his brain.

Now my parents fight because my dad says bigoted shit all the time.

btw do you have really short but dense stuff about racism/feminism i could send him. He's smart but working class, didn't have much education, and is drowning in ideology... (maybe those flowcharts where data is presented in a big image, i dont remember theire names)

Fuck propaganda :(

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GrimWillow wrote

How I could ever be attracted to shitty people would be my biggest worry if I were presented with a chance of this happening. Not attracted to shitty people, not a chance.

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Nonbinary_R_Us wrote

Lol I'm nonbinary and phisically transitioning. I expect respect from my partner so no. Also I expect to respect my partner so also no.

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RedEmmaSpeaks wrote

How desperate were you? No matter how hard up I was, I can't imagine going with an Incel. I'm honestly worried about your state of mind back then that you would opt to online date this guy, rather than just, y'know, take your love life into your own hands. :D

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23i wrote (edited )

no, it'd just result in endless arguing

edit for poor word choice