Stop Looking to Be Offended When There's No Offense There


Are all of you sick and tired of people in general constantly complaining about something that offended them? Do you ever wonder why people take a character - like "The Simpsons" Apu - and all of a sudden convey their "outrage" a quarter of a century later?

Even if rational people are legitimately offended at something, there's no reason to harp on it for weeks at a time. We live in a culture of fake outrage and victimhood where everyone gets offended for the attention it might bring them.

Check out my thoughts on the subject, and see if you agree that it's time that this outrage mentality comes to an end.

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Sources: USA Today, New York Times, BBC

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