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Posted 29 days ago , edited 29 days ago
Protection of imagination

If one is to deviate from what society considers legal. Too bad, protection of art comes first. It may not be right for others, and some of it isn't, but you don't have the right to personally attack imagination.

But if one were to ever do something wrong to a minor or anyone considered to be a child in reality.

I'll kill you myself ( no joke)

Is that a good enough answer for everyone? Ok, good talk.

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I don't think you appreciate why I am still replying. It is not because I am somehow offended that you think I am wrong. It is because of your use of the term "thought police" and the mindset it reveals, which I am not sure if I can change. I only brought up the matter of you perhaps attempting to suppress my thought so that you would consider the implications of what it means to label something "thought police" behavior. It was an attempt to reveal the inconsistency of your own thought. I think your use of the term "thought police" and your subsequent replies reveals such an inconsistency that you don't realize.

You seem to think there is something wrong with trying to convince people of something they don't believe. And yet to think that would be absurd, as I have been trying to demonstrate to you.

Is there, or is there not something wrong with trying to convince other people of something, and is it thought police behavior? Please explain that with respect to the definition of "thought police" you yourself provided. You haven't and are not choosing to clarify the matter.
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