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You and the SourceFed crew frequently make me feel way better and connected and not alone on days that find me curled up and unable to leave the house. I have a pretty serious anxiety disorder, and being able to unclench and giggle at your videos means a whole lot.
Side note: I totally followed Joe here! I watched B&B back in the day and was excited to see him on another channel. 
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Congrats to the UK, hopefully the US cracks down more out of some very well-deserved shame.
QOTD: Apologizing is a great 1st step, but I'll be interested to see if he also takes legal responsibility (ie compensation for the people he injured). He doesn't seem like a bad guy and I know how hard it is to overcome anxiety. At least he's apologized, right? 
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It is her decision. As long as it can be proven that she isn't being coerced, it's no one's business. The "slut shaming" has GOT to stop.
There's nothing inherently wrong with sex. Stop perpetuating this idea that she needs to conform to some one else's standards. 
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Morals are subjective, informed by your parents, upbringing, region, religion, and experiences. Ethics are objective, and very simple: do no harm is by far the strongest message you'll receive if you made a study of ethics. Morals are fine for personal decisions, but it's unethical to force them on others, because their morals are probably different. You don't know all the factors that influenced them.
I tend to reject the idea of morals and rely on ethics, tolerance, and good, old-fashioned research, and it has never steered me wrong. I hope everyone gives it a shot at least once in their lives, as it is good for mind and spirit to be so at peace and balanced. The word that comes to mind is "Christlike," but "Buddhalike" may be a better comparison, because people like to argue about what Christ said/wanted (even though it's cut and dried, baldly stated), but no one argues that way about the Buddha. 
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