- "you can leave any time"
-- you litterally cant. trying to demand the paperwork to leave, they do not under any means let you leave until they feel you've conformed to their desires. You dont suck his dick, you dont leave. Yes, it is that bad.
-- you are there until they say you are ready. There is no deviance.
- situational depression is considered uncurable by confinement -> they will keep you for 4 weeks because they believed you wanted to die at some point in your life.
I find myself reflecting on assumptions. People learn from experiences. They identify traits with people they know or have known and put that forward into people they just meet. It's not racist if every white person you've ever met is lying scum, nor is it if every black person has shown you this. However as we associate traits to people, like race, eye color, personality traits, physical traits, any traits really, we develop predispositions to these people the way we develop math and reading skills. We all note that people can't always be determined based on traits alone, so lets look into some of these that people don't usually look at.
When women act like stereotypical cheerleaders in that they speak with nothing but snide comments to eachother, dress only the current popular way, and treat people who are unpopular as less than dirt. That doesn't mean they're also liars, cheaters, and desensitized from reality. It just means there is a high probability of it.
You've know men who cheated because they were controlling of a situation. Doesn't mean that every man will be a cheater if they control the situation, they might just be scared of losing control of the situation and/or abusive.
See, sometimes these assumptions build the wrong information trend, sometimes, they're still likely correct but without validation, can't be identified.
You've only known hateful people your entire life: doesn't mean that everyone is hateful, just that there is very little people who aren't hateful and even less should be trusted to not be hateful.
Again, see what I mean? We build associations based on experience, we build understanding based on these associations. Racism isn't something terrible and evil, it's something sad. It's sad to see that people didn't have decent experiences.
Maybe instead of demonizing people and blackballing them, we can move forward as people.
- they look at sources they have
- hypothesise an idea
- act on that idea until acceptably valid.