For the most part, I think everyone should be able to choose for themselves how they're going to live their life. We may not agree on everything, but hey — you do you. You want to dye your hair green and pink? Go for it. Do you eat organic produce? Expensive, but OK! You think the Earth is flat? It's not, but your opinion probably isn't hurting anyone, so sure! Enjoy!
However, I draw the line with people who endanger others' lives — specifically, the anti-vaxx crowd (i.e., people who refuse to vaccinate their children, pets, or even themselves for non-medical reasons). If you don't vaccinate your kids, you are essentially ushering in deadly diseases that modern medicine has only been able to eliminate specifically because of vaccines.
Don't believe me? That's OK. You can believe the thousands upon thousands of doctors and scientists who have stated, unequivocally, that vaccines are safe.
People who endanger their child's life — as well as the lives of other children and immunocompromised people — get no leeway with me. Their posts on social media are often excessive and infuriating.
(P.S. Get your flu shots, people!)
P.S. Vaccines Kill.
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
This did not happen.
Try it, you'll die.
"Don't feed the trolls."
Wonder why that is.
No help or interference, eh?
Way to go, doctor.
New symptom alert!
"Help! My son is thinking for himself!"
"Create a problem."
Why would you even lie about this?
Here's another thing that didn't happen.
Oh no! Letters!
"Do the opposite."
What's the big deal?
That dang government.
Again with the lies.
"That's listed as a side effect."