At least this person called my comment dumb and didn't resort to calling ME dumb or blind, or ignorant, or clueless, or moronic, or petty-minded, etc. Also, it appears that I may have been accused of mansplaining when I was told that "instead of mansplaining how women should not be offended you might consider the real world context women live with every day to understand why some are", but this is a bit of an aside to my point here.
So, let this sink in for a moment. Any wonder why I would rather not deal with these people anymore? I've gotten to the point now that I'm sorry I ever did! Based on my personal encounters with such people, I cannot help but to think that they have the mental and emotional maturity of middle schoolers.
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