No. I won’t tag posts for them. Or anybody else. I’m not the one fasting nor do I think is a good idea anyway. Furthermore, I don’t respect their beliefs. Why should I respect myth, superstition and nonsense? What I do respect is people and the right they have to believe and practice what they may. But respect for them, respect for those rights go as far as my own rights start.
Are some Muslims offended by food on tumblr? They need to skip tumblr for a month. Why would anyone have to limit what they post, change their conduct, do specialty tags or do anything out of the ordinary to appease a nonsensical religious belief one does not share to begin with? Please…
What’s next? Ask non-muslims to refrain from drawing Muhammad ? Curtailing freedom of speech if it disrespects religion? How soon do we forget? Can’t we see the gross capitulation that is giving away our own freedoms under the false guise of religious respect? Sometimes so called “progressive” thinking becomes its own worst enemy.
Sorry, but I have to kinda agree with FA…
I don’t think that we should intentionally trigger Muslims by mistagging posts or anything, but I honestly have no desire to “help” someone follow a religious tradition that they have chosen. Especially on the internet, of all places.
If it is blatantly offensive or could possible cause harm to someone, sure. But for vague reasons or that it is “annoying” and it “tempts you?” No thanks.105 notes