A friend just grilled me: What am I passionate about? He told me not to call him back until I have an answer. #passion #life #work
Sadly, right now, I do not know.
A 14 year-old boy was recently raped at knife-point by a 20 year-old woman. When the story broke, it was primarily men who claimed he should have enjoyed it. It was feminists who validated his pain and spoke in support of him.
This is why we need feminism.
Perhaps I haven’t actually broken the terms of the user agreement by inviting people to connect with me “with whom [I] have no prior relationship.”
Perhaps there are just that many people whom I’ve worked with who - for whatever reason - don’t want to connect with me on any social network. I don’t know why. Heck, I’ve had people unfriend me for perceived offenses that I have absolutely no clue about and which they will not explain to me.
But seriously: I think adults looking to network online can make their own decisions on whom to connect with and whom not to. (Of course, as already proven and stated above, I also have this false conception that adults have the capacity to make sense and even provide explanation when “unfriending.”)
Thanks to your lovely restriction, though, I have numerous “People You May Know” whom I don’t try to connect with – even though I’d like to – because you have blocked me from doing so for over three years now.
That said, thank you for finally offering me a chance to get that infernal restriction lifted off of my profile. I do truly hope to have a much better and more beneficial relationship (occupationally) with LinkedIn and with my connections here.