Admitting you’re wrong about something takes some courage as it kicks your ego to the curb. Opinions are subjective, so who can really argue what is right and wrong, anyway? Yet still, opinions have gotten out of hand, and cancel culture is vicious and unforgiving. Mistakes are no longer allowed, and growing as a person seems far-fetched. You’re supposed to be born knowing the ins and outs of every social subject known to man. Every country has the same problems, so everyone must be on the same page, right?
It’s kind of daunting, knowing that a sea of anonymous piranas are coming for you if you just so much as slightly disagree with them. This is not a good thing… free speech is our given right, and should be protected. We don’t have to agree on everything. r/unpopular opinions is a ‘safe haven’ on Reddit where you can go admit what you deem to be an ‘unpopular opinion’. Below you’ll find a collection of confessions. For more, here is a manager who got back at a Karen customer in a clever way, by fake firing an employee.