There are several threads going where the sentiment of "I feel uncomfortable when a person does X. Therefore I feel X is inappropriate and people should not being doing X where it can be publicly seen".
Why is it that when people are doing X and X is neither immoral, illegal, or objectively offensive, that they have a right to be 'free' from seeing or witnessing it?
Why is the burden then turned on the innocent doer of X?
Why doesn't the viewer of X that 'feels' a certain way have the onus upon him to remove himself from view OR better yet, better inform his sensibilities and conscience?
I'm just really perplexed by this:confused: Since when do we live in a society where our personal preferences and whims can be used aggressively against another person who is doing nothing wrong?
Why do we feel such entitlement to never see anything that makes us 'feel' awkward or uncomfortable?
Why as Catholics do we not have the obligation to order our feelings and consciences to conform to a like mindedness with the Church on such matters? I. E not be obstinate in feeling something is wrong when it's objectively known that it isn't?
Help me out here. It seems the world is upside down when I read these threads. Immodesty is fun and cool and natural and normal is immodest and offensive. I feel like I'm in the twilight zone!!:hypno: