“Freedom of speech does not mean you have the right not to be offended by what I say”

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  1. Tsach Gilboa says:

    Freedom of speech and living in a free society demands that we both learn to communicate opposing views rationally and with grace as well as put up with people who do not know how to do it and are offensive. Speech is and should be protected except in specific case like the famous “falsely yelling fire in a crowded theater” (panic will cause injury and possibly death), inciting violence etc.

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