No, I Do Not Think People Are Lying When They Speak Because I Am Not Lying When I Do; Just Like I Know The Difference Between Rape, Sex & Declined Sexual Advances!

November 19, 2019

 

 

I am speaking because there are people who actually do need me to! There is a guy who told me he was a virgin and that is how he got treated. Otherwise he would not have had access to a certain space and certain people would not have spoken to him. He just needs to be corrected and anyone who feels violated by him entering into a safe space and being treated as an equal should watch the Discovery Channel for thirty minutes and eat some ice cream. I guess this person was trying to tell a joke because of some false accusations or information. There are people who want me to mention to him to stop trying to make himself of some importance or as if he is going to go to trial. The emotional impact of facing his lie has something to do with what one would desire. I do not lie when I speak which is why I do not go looking for information around what someone has stated. There is a difference between people who read for school and people who read for learning or enjoyment. You may see someone reading but that does not mean it is for the same reason or that this is something THEY do. And no I cannot see through walls and know when someone is lying. Yes, I will address the situation or person upon revealing or exposure in the proper way. Not in a scripted form, like a person who looks for gossip or like a person who is challenging anything other than what was said at the time of discussion. There are people who would even go as far as asking some people to stop acting like they would have the "privilege" of a death chamber, being sentenced to death, medicated, or even acknowledged by the people that attend to those request. #JustDigInTheTrash. There is also something abusive about people enforcing their childhood traumas and abuses onto other people. There is a such thing as normal. 

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