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Old 01-25-2012, 10:28 PM
bookbug bookbug is offline
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Not that this alleviates the stress of being ostracized, but bigotry can be brought to bear on almost anyone due to not only sexual orientation or family configuration, but also religion, ethnicity, etc.

I get that you're worried about your children, but I wonder how many children in your kids' school are being ostracized for one of the other reasons mentioned above (or some other)? None of this is right, and it's wonderful that you did not have to deal with it in your previous neighborhood, but it seems to me that you are severely limiting yourselves and your children if you cannot learn how to cope with the assholes of the world.
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