Do not judge a person by his/her marital status; it is not indicative of his/her character.
I made that quote up.
It came up as I overheard two women talking about other women. “Most of them are separated from their husbands,” they said in such disapproving tones.
You would think that in this millenium, people would start to think differently.
I, who am still quite married and never been divorced, am quite offended for these women. Why should being separated from their husbands put them in a negative light? We don’t know what kind of husbands they have, or what situations they were in.
Continue reading “People with failed marriages are not bad people”
When I still had more time in my hands, I used to watch some Korean dramas. I’m not a fan of the Korean pop culture, but I watch enough dramas to recognise a few people. So I wrote this post about one particular drama I watched, and (surprise, surprise!) it continues to be my most viewed post to date.
And then recently, I found this comment pending my approval:
Looks like somebody got butt-hurt by my comments about one actress.
To you, dear commenter —
Beauty is subjective. Celebrities will always be under scrutiny. People will always have opinions, and I am entitled to mine. I never said I’m more beautiful than So Yi Hyun, but I do believe my nose is much nicer than hers. Nonetheless, you are entitled to your opinion too. So, your comment is approved. 🙂