- Nov 28, 2005
lol! Well don't get me started on patterned blouses... (j/k!)
Ok, one of issues people have complained most vociferously about is her desire to gain to immobility while she has a child. I make no comment about whether I approve of that or not whatsoever. However, the gaining to immobility part of that is clearly a feeder issue, not a patterned blouse issue. People who say you can't be a good parent if you're an immobile feedee (again, I make no comment on my personal view of that) are by extension attacking a facet of feederism. In the same way that saying "you can't be a good parent if you're a smoker" is attacking smoking. Perhaps it's only attacking smoking in certain circumstances, but still.
No - they're not attacking feederism OR smoking, since both of those practices can be practiced responsibly (personal risk aside) by mature and healthy adults. It's the lack of responsibility when making decisions about those practices that people are uncomfortable with.
Take another example... people will go after a drunk driver. Does that mean they're also going after everyone else who drives or enjoys alcohol (independently, of course)? By your logic, that would be a reasonable jump. But it ain't.
Btw, I'm not fighting. I find this discussion to be pleasant and quite useful.