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What are some things that some people find very offensive that are definitely not offensive?
Criticism of religious ideas, teachings or practices without criticizing or insulting the people who hold them personally.
Telling the truth. Many people ask for it but do not accept it when THEY seek it.
Breastfeeding - I have never understood why that has to be such a controversy for a natural thing.
sex topic, just mention sex infront of the same sex ( girls with girls ) or girls with boys, you will find them blushing, angry or startled
Offensiveness much like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
No one can tell another person how to feel about what they hear or see. Nevertheless some people are viewed as being "thin skinned".
One example is a fit recent mother who post photos of herself wearing a bikini is called "fat shaming" these days. And yet it's okay to have the slogan: "Real women have curves!"
I guess thin women aren't "real women".
Finding another person's appearance, their taste in fashion, or their body type "offensive" goes beyond one's own personal space. It shouldn't affect you how someone else looks!
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