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It's still not LITERALLY violence unless we redefine what actual violence means. What you said shouldn't be ignored nor is it inaccurate if we accept the context but it doesn't prove words are violence or even provide an effective counter argument to the assertions in the article. If anything, you have effectively provided a good example of the perception we do have and do place on words.
Forgiving me for saying so, and I say with utmost empathy, but you need to grow thinker skin or simply remove yourself from the presence of the alleged loved one from hurling insults your way.
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