Not sure what article you were reading, but I wrote an article about MY thoughts on accountability. The piece literally has a last line that says “this is what accountable relationships look like and feel like to me.”
It’s a choice to be accountable to someone. It seems your choice is to no be accountable by the definition…
Do you know what a binary versus non-binary is? Do you know the difference between an “either, or” decision and a “both, and” decision? Do you understand that maybe I don’t have to choose between your feelings and another’s? You understand that we can both be considered and respected? There’s enough consideration and respect to go around.
Please tell me where I said it was an “either, or” situation. Just because we center on the impact that one person has caused to another, doesn’t mean we don’t care about their feelings. You are conflating feelings with fragility/defensiveness. If your feelings turn into toxic behavior they are now more than just feelings. We should care about everyones feelings, but focus and prioritize impact or harm.
It seems that the two major parties are not interested in the minority opinions in their parties unless those interests have money. How ‘bout joining the Millennial Party? Do you mind having a running mate that hasn’t quite turned 35 yet? ; )
I just finished reading the New Jim Crow. It’s an eye-opening book that really gets to the extent of the systemic issues surrounding criminal justice. The unforgiving and permanent consequences the system and society shackle to felons all but insures they have no job or housing options, and are doomed to suffer from an alienating community-wide stigma.
Nonviolence is the answer to the crucial political and moral questions of our time: the need for man to overcome oppression and violence without resorting to oppression and violence. Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects…