Had a post removed, and the reason is completely not clear. The post tongue in cheek, but even if it were not, it's a basically harmless statement of "opinion" which seems silly to discriminate against for putting up. My strong reaction was one of surprise and "Are you kidding me??" . . . . . . I had just watched a video created by a concerned woman-citizen somewhere saying that "human trafficking" kidnaps have been rising. She gave a little story of being followed by an unknown man in a grocery store, than another woman saying something similar, and her video was a word of caution. . . . . . . . At the same time that I was taking it seriously, I was also thinking about problem romances and thorny relationships, and I replied with . . . . "Men are generally dangerous creatures, I think." . . . . Are you serious that you think this is completely offensive? Geez, it's a sentiment that's as old as the hills. Often said by disillusioned lovers or divorce peope, such as "Never trust a woman" ... or "Lawyers and doctors are hard to work for." . . . . Are you serious that my light-hearted but half-serious response if so offensive? Geez, the thing it's replying to was almost ... well, nearly ... more intense than my phrase. I don't understand the FB reasoning here about my little comment.
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