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Though we have come a long way in the past several decades when it comes to the rights of LGB individuals, there is still a lot of work to be done.

The liberation of queerness is directly tied to the liberation of all individuals. Or, in the words of Martin Luther King Jr., "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."

This past Valentines Day, Ellie Parker took her girlfriend out for a special date. But their romantic night quickly turned sour, when their waiter started making crude remarks. She took to Facebook to vent her frustrations.



It's unbelievable that this still happens in 2016.
How would you have dealt with this situation?

If you feel like wishing Ellie the best, you can
comment on her Facebook status.

Have a great day :)

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I love characters I love to hate.

Even when I hate them I can always find the reason they're involved in the story, so I find it difficult to want them to be erased.

Certain characters flaws and the most heinous decisions are written to further story and bolster the audience's love for the heroes.

So as much as we loathe them, we need them; much like our enemies in real life. That is what makes compelling drama.

Redditor u/nekoandCJ wanted to spill the tea on the characters we could do without in our favorite stories by asking:

People of reddit, what fictional character do you hate with a passion?
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Everyone has their own little quirks.

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When we're kids, we expect the adults in our lives to notice everything, know everything, and maintain a just, sound moral order.

Psh, don't hold your breath.

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Modern medicine is a marvel. It's the reason why we've been able to effectively eradicate some serious diseases and improve the quality of health care around the world. When you take these two things into consideration, it's easy to see why vaccine hesitancy can be such a frustrating topic for people right now.

Many people would not be able to survive without the benefits of modern medicine. That's what we learned after Redditor forevernostalgic23 asked the online community,

"If modern medicine didn't exist what medical condition would have died from or been severely impacted by?"
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