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Does it bother you when people don't have political, religious or humanitarian views?

I'm a person that has been through a lot in life and as a consequence I've spent a lot of time trying to focus on the positives. Consequently, I have refrained from discussing such topics. I don't protest and I don't advocate for anything in particular. I live my life and if I donate I do it privately and don't advertise it...

I find people often try to get me to voice my opinions and the only one I've had recently was that I wasn't boycotting eurovision because it was also for unity.
And I stand by that.

Apparently this rubbed some people up the wrong way.
4meAndyou · F
No. What bothers me is when people have views that smell very badly, and then are extremely vocal and hostile if I refuse to believe them.

Neutral people, who are very quiet, are, in fact, very easy to accept. ☺️
Magenta · F
No, not at all, it's refreshing. But I think you mean a person who doesn't voice them versus not having any?? I could write a book on things I don't voice or reveal.
zentic · 26-30, M
I think it is a good sign. I cared a lot too much about politics when I was younger but thankfully I outgrew that. No use paying too much attention to what I can't change anyway, now I help my local community and small circle of acquaintances in a tangible and much appreciated way that everyone enjoys.
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@zentic I'm sure they appreciate you for that.
I’ve got loads of opinions on loads of things but I carefully choose which ones I do and do not share. Politics and religion are among the latter. However I do pay some attention to what others have to say on those topics because it gives me some idea of who they are, which I find useful.
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@OlderSometimesWiser very clever.
RenFur · 70-79, M
My kinda people, actually.
smiler2012 · 56-60
@Mellowgirl🤔on similar worlds i do not get involved in those sort of hot topics any more as it is not worth the grief and aggrevation it brings all you want on similar worlds is a good time and a laugh
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@smiler2012 I agree. I dip in and out these days. I kinda feel out the loop with a lot of things arguing really doesn't serve me
I'm blackballing you from the Politics Club immediately!!!

Seriously, it sounds like a valid choice to me.
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@MistyCee oohhh noo lool.

At work especially o feel it serves no purpose.
Camelia · F
Not at all. Their being pressed isn't your responsibility, so don't let them get to you. 😘
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@Camelia big personalities you know.
Mudkip · 31-35, M
I mostly keep these things to myself as well. The times of discussing such things and remaining civil are gone.
I talk politics here, sometimes, but I generally save it for my own countrymen, and those who share my beliefs. There’s no point in getting into an argument that’s unlikely to change minds.
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@bijouxbroussard agreed. I don't really understand the American politics nor the views on political parties.
KarenisKenziesmum · 51-55, F
People are entitled to their views. Why should it bother me?
KeysToMyBeemer · 36-40, M
My political views are FREE THE NIPPLE!
Mellowgirl · 31-35, F
@KeysToMyBeemer 🤔🤔🤔🤔lol
Workerbee · 31-35, M
No 🤷🏾‍♂️ not every view has to be shared or lack of one
RenFur · 70-79, M

That's it in a nutshell.
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