6
7_17_24 [S] 6 points ago

Three years into a psychology degree at Harvard, and she still can’t see that she’s a Psychopath.

1
7_17_24 [S] 1 point ago

I don’t have a problem with anyone who chooses to wear one, either. But they aren’t the ones being shamed.

1
7_17_24 [S] 1 point ago

Thank you. This is the answer I was looking for. Sad to hear it, though.

4
7_17_24 [S] 4 points ago

Can their dress code override discrimination laws? In CA, we have codified law that businesses can’t discriminate against someone for health/disability reasons. The CA Department of Health says people are exempt from wearing masks if they have a health reason to not wear one. But businesses are discriminating against these people, and hostile environments are being created by our fellow citizens who are trying to enforce these mandates through shaming. I’m wishfully thinking it would be nice if someone with in-depth legal knowledge would lay out the facts, so most of us are on the same page.

4
7_17_24 [S] 4 points ago

None. But they’re acting like they can, and a ton of the public is going along with it. What I’m looking for is someone to come out and explain in layman terms exactly why, or why not, we can legally choose to not wear a mask, so that all of the public is aware of the facts.

8
7_17_24 [S] 8 points ago

He’s on GAB. @heartiste

1
7_17_24 [S] 1 point ago

Nose hairs are the frontline immune system heroes against COVID-19.

10
7_17_24 [S] 10 points ago

New York City?! Get a rope.

view more: Next ›