I’m sorry your feelings got hurt

The more I speak up about injustices and stand up for human rights, the more I face these individual who attempt to silence me by dismissing my words has nothing more than being “too sensitive”, being a “snowflake”.

Saying “I’m sorry your feelings got hurt” is putting the blame on the person whose feelings were hurt, not taking the blame for saying something hurtful.

“It’s who I am and who I love, I’m never going to apologize for that or hide it because it’s not wrong and I don’t feel ashamed of it.” – Amber Heard


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