Values and Identity
The conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell has put an end to a dinner table discussion. I have been surprised over the last few weeks how the identity of 'woke' - 'anti-woke' dominated the 'right-wrong' argument.
It seemed that the identity of being 'woke' - whatever people think that is but let's assume it is about standing up for justice in society - or 'anti-woke' was more important in driving opinion in these discussions than the value of doing and supporting what is right.
Glad that values won in this case but worrying that some people's opinion is driven by their identity when choosing for what is right.