>>4481>It's an endless repetition of temporary pointless trends and people bandwagoning another's point of view instead of establishing their own
sorry to sound like le epic online snowflake, but that's normies for you: People that don't really have anything interesting to say about a particular thing and would rather just be part of a community, so they imitate other people they deem representative of these communities in a very weird and boring/bandwagon-y way.
>I'm dead tired of the fanatic obsession focused on sex and politics over and over
I know what you mean. It's always us vs them in the set political spectrum and I'm so god damn tired of it. Especially when it's Americans being Americentric and thinking anyone gives a chunk of shit about their retarded two party system.
I think that the profound interconnectedness of today is giving people such large platforms that they feel like they have to constantly talk about anything they can to stay relevant, but it'd be better if some people just stopped talking for a bit sometimes if they have nothing sensible to say – and by this I don't mean political stuff that I don't agree with, because I have my views on politics and do not share them with others.
It is better, in my experience, to have a small group of actual friends (this can even be one or two friends) who you know well and who you can relate to well, and to take up irl hobbies to not get that toxic meaningless information overload you so often seem to get when reading or interacting with people on the internet.
Good luck, sushi roll.
i'm so extremely sorry if I sounded pretentious but I'm bad at expressing myself in text and talking in general really (which isn't an excuse, I know)