Questions and AnswersWhat is socially acceptable today that you think won’t be in 10 years? Lunatic9761 year ago271 mins What is socially acceptable today that you think won’t be in 10 years? Post navigation Previous: Struggling with premarital sexNext: Getting Too Wet During Intercourse? 27 thoughts on “What is socially acceptable today that you think won’t be in 10 years?” [deleted] The way things are going: Protests and strikes Either homophobia/transphobia/etc. or being LGBTQ+. It scares me that I don’t know which. Deer hunting Alcohol. So many young people are starting to see how perverted our society is by alcohol. Many see it as negatively as smoking. This is a good thing. Plastic is the asbestos of our generations. Being straight, already getting hate for it today Legally owning a trans sex slave “Traditionally sourced” meat. “Cultured” meat is going to be so cheap and easy to make that it’s going completely corner the market, and the notion of eating meat from a living organism is going to be taboo for most people. There will still be a market for meat from a farm, but it’ll end up being a win:win in terms of animal rights. The companies which sell it will see the treatment of their livestock and their use of traditional methods as a selling point that they want to show off rather than something they would rather the customer not think about. Hopefully this level of toxicity and hate everyone seems to have for each other regarding their differences. Transphobia, hopefully. A lot of people will be going to jail. Telling people I’m not forty yet. Vaping Not knowing basic life skills life how to cook, clean, and manage money. Being a man, if certain people have their way 😂 Smoking and using plastic Owning a pet. Gays Students swearing in class. Walking while on your phone. castrating teenagers Smiling photos of white murderers. When news stations cover them having an opinion. hopefully making money off of posting about your kids private life Having a unpopular opinion, hopefully this is not the case though Time spent on social media. To say that tackling aging with medicine is morally repugnant, playing God, a pipe dream etc. Comments are closed.