Huggy Dee wrote:
The only confessions i agree with are the ones where muffins confess that they feel uncomfortable telling other PR's that they have a disorder or are having issues, as they will be accused of whatever. I find myself withdrawing a lot of information in the forums, despite how much this is supposed to be an open "sanctuary." what bout you guys?
This forum has always been supportive to people that confessed their disorders, I have been here for almost 3 years (well, I haven't been very active since last October when I got my life back finally, but I check it often) and never saw anybody attacking forumers for discussing their issues, and I never saw anybody accusing somebody else to pretend being like Emilie. This thing is like a urban legend.
I do believe that these people se what they want to see, because, seriously, we do respect their opinions (as long as they are constructive and not simple insults...) but if we challenge them with our different ones, it doesn't mean that we are denying their right to express their thoughts, we are simply saying that we think differently. It is very clear, but apparently, if we don't worship their opinion and call ourselves "fangirls" it means that we don't accept what they say.
And it's funny, because if somebody believes in freedom, they should apply it to everybody.
And the fact that they choose the anon way to express themselves, well it explains a lot of things...
I have no words for the fact reported by Kiska, if they want to protect themselves by writing anonimously they MUST respect other people identity too.
And we are the bad ones?