I SUGGEST a nuanced approach to this, moving a framing away from “intolerant extremes”. I mean, if you place an EXTREME (the intolerant “tolerant”) vs the VICTIM (the tolerant “intolant” who have to tolerate the tolerant people), you’re creating EXTREME vs “a normal”. Well, any extreme vs a ‘normal’ is going to sound as if there’s something wrong happening. But what if instead of that, compare two nuanced positions of each side?

I SUGGEST a nuanced approach to this, moving a framing away from “intolerant extremes”.
I mean, if you place an EXTREME (the intolerant “tolerant”) vs the VICTIM (the tolerant “intolant” who have to tolerate the tolerant people), you’re creating
EXTREME vs “a normal”.
Well, any extreme vs a ‘normal’ is going to sound as if there’s something wrong happening.
But what if instead of that, compare two nuanced positions of each side?

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