These 21 People Have Some Of The Most Controversial Opinions

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Opinions are like a**holes — everyone’s got one. And some people’s bumholes are a bit tidier and more well kept than others. Some people like to bleach the sh*tty residue away, while others like to stick ridiculously large dildos up there and poop out the annoying social taboos and societal shame. Some a**holes like to get rimmed and tickled, while others would never allow a finger to wag its menacing hand anywhere near it. Moral of the story — I can talk about buttholes all day. But I digress.

There are some opinions that people hold dear which don’t necessarily emit the kind of warmth and compassion that others do. I mean, you’d be pretty hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t believe that college textbooks should be cheaper and that Tom Hanks is a literal angel. But not everyone wants to hear about your harsh position on the death penalty or the fact that you don’t think all veterans are heroes. But alas, you have your own opinion (and a**hole) and can voice that opinion to the internet world because… America? Just get ready for the slew of military men and women calling you and your sh*t out.

So whether you’re that guy who hates puppies or you think that breast cancer awareness month is a total crock of poo — just remember to be mindful when voicing those positions to the public. And just because you can hide behind the keyboard of your sh*tty 2011 Macbook Pro, that doesn’t mean your words won’t (and oh they will) come with some serious repercussions. Once you post something on the internet, that sh*t can be dug up and used against you for eternity. RIP your reputation.

You won’t believe the controversial opinions of these 21 people:


People should have a license or at least pass an aptitude test to have children. That and women who pursue the choice to have a child with a man who didn’t want it shouldn’t have the state make the man pay for a kid he doesn’t want. You wanna be a single mom, be a single mom.


Not everyone in the military is automatically a hero. If you never left US soil or did anything that put you in harms way in your 5 year military career I’m not saying “thank you for your service” because you didn’t do anything special.


Eugenics and human genome alteration is not a bad thing. Ridding humanity of genetic diseases, increasing our natural capabilities, etc, are all GOOD THINGS. The problems come in when you start getting into gray areas on what is and is not a “disease”, and how exactly you go about enforcing the “improvements.”


We shouldn’t be sending everyone to college. Not everyone is cut out for it, not everyone is smart enough, and not everyone will get much out of it. We still need people to fix leaky pipes and roofs, to mow the lawn, to drive your kids to school on the bus. If you want to go to a trade school to be an auto mechanic, and that’s your thing, more power to you. Do what you love and do it well. If you want to get a job out of high school instead of continuing your education, you should be able to do that, without scorn or unsolicited “advice” encouraging you to go study somewhere you don’t want to go, taking on debt you may not be able to repay. The push to send everyone to college no matter what is ridiculous. I believe everyone should have an equal opportunity to go to college, but they definitely shouldn’t be failures if they can’t or don’t want to.


Sick of Breast Cancer Awareness month. At this point, who is not aware of breast cancer?!

Written by Laura McNairy

Laura is a freelance writer for TFLN. She likes to write about what she knows best — dating, sex, and being awkward, but usually in the opposite order. She is the Assistant Editor and videographer for Peach Fuzz, a sex-positive nudie magazine in ATX.