Why is that such a problem? As someone who's not religious, "you live in sin" has no meaning to me.
If they say: "you're disgusting and i don't want you in my store," that's a completely different story off course
It's complicated. I do think eating meat is dusgusting and profoundly immoral. But I think the same about racism, yet I still love my mom, who often makes casual racist remarks. And I don't think less of her because of it.
I onviously know what unconscious bias is, and I am a lifelong atheist. Don't know why you're dragging religion into it.
I just don't agree withe the use of the word discrimination for a (private) thought/opinion. Discrimination entails the act...
This is simply not true. I think eating meat is sinful. Does that mean I discriminate against people who aren't vegan? Doesn't make any sense.
As long as you treat others like you expect to be treated, you can believe whatever you like
I obviously support gay rights, but i also kind of understand uefa. What if Hungary, in response, displays a dubious bible verse on their stadium in the next game to "show their support for the traditional family"? Slippery slope.
I would much...
Your only hope of going far seems to be your solid defense. With Kane playing like a pensioner and a coach whose primary objective is not losing, I don't see where your goals are gonna come from...
I mean, Lukaku has more goals than England
Conclusion after the first three games:
- We never got out of second gear, except in the second half vs Denmark
- We still rely on flashes of individual brilliance way too much
- There's always a sense I get that this team is nonchalantly...
Well, you can't exactly play street soccer in Siberia for most of the year :)
If you just look at the success of European players of African descent in teams like France and Belgium, you can clearly see how much of a difference coaching and...