No, Margaret …


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Being able to express an opinion, and having others disagree, is the nature of open discussion and debate.

You get to express your opinion, others get to express their opinion. Sometimes parties will agree, sometimes there will be disagreement.

If you choose to publicly express an opinion – even if it be cruel or insensitive to others – then others are at liberty to disagree with you. You can, if you wish, claim a martyrdom to your cause, but you are probably stretching the limits to claim you are being bullied.

No Margaret, you are not being bullied, you are experiencing others’ disagreement, as is their right.

This is being bullied …