“ Who voted for the people promoting this”

Also, this is the logical fallacy known as “appeal to popularity.” Basically, something isn’t right or wrong just because the majority approves of it. Something is right or wrong because of evidence on either side. You might still say it’s wrong, and that’s fine (I myself have some disagreements with this proposal) however, you can’t just go “this is wrong because everyone else says so. While it may be an extreme example, was state-mandated segregation okay in Alabama because the majority of people approved of it.

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