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Nor did it elicit the same level of outrage as the others ... Navajo Nation spokeswoman Erny Zah said in an interview on Monday: ''We have gone through the atrocities to survive and ensure our way of life continues,''
"Any mockery, whether it's Halloween, Victoria's Secret — they are spitting on us. They are spitting on our culture, and it's upsetting,"
I would only ask, is intent relevant in either offending or feeling offended or is it a moot point.
This post was edited by johnhunt 17 months ago
I agree that they are not the same.
I do not think intent is relevant in offending but it may be to a greater extent in being offended. It is certainly possible to offend without intending to do so and I know I have been offended by others who have no ill-will.
However, intent is incredibly important, imo, in determining the proper course of action going forward. Lack of malicious intent should make any outrage (whether real or manufactured) short-lived or nonexistent.
You may run like Hayes, but you hit like $*!#
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