Jun 23, 2011 magick commented on Bisexuals.
I would ask you to consider how a bi-identified teen boy would feel reading what you wrote. When talking about how we feel about ourselves the first thing that makes people feel accepted and not fearful of being judged is to accept their own definition of who they are. To be acknowledged and believed is key to feeling self-respect and personal dignity.
When we talk publicly about deeply personal decisions aren’t we morally obligated to consider how we are affecting others, especially when we are in roles of leadership?
Jun 23, 2011 magick joined My Stranger Face
Jun 23, 2011 magick commented on Bisexuals.
I would ask you to consider how a bi-identified teen boy would feel reading what you wrote. When talking about how we feel about ourselves the first thing that makes people feel accepted and not fearful of being judged is to accept their own definition of themselves. To be acknowledged and believed is key to feeling self-respect and personal dignity.
When we talk publicly about deeply personal decisions aren’t we morally obligated to consider how we are affecting others, especially when we are in roles of leadership?