Tolerance refers to the ability or willingness to tolerate or accept something, such as the opinions or behavior of others. Tolerance is not approval.

This thought experiment is not anti-male; it is a call to awareness. It asks society to recognize and address the exhaustive measures women take to navigate their lives safely.
May 4th isn't just the Star Wars day. It's also the remembrance day of Kent State.
Some people will do anything to acquire currency, including telling you that something is real when it isn't. The currency of social media is viewers.
"Advocates for minimal government intervention and personal freedom should, therefore, view the case not through the narrow lens of the abortion debate but as a critical issue of healthcare access and personal liberty."
...the path to liberation is not just about celebrating past victories. It's an ongoing struggle against systemic inequalities, gender biases, and discrimination that persist across the globe...
As we approach the close of Black History Month, it's a poignant time for reflection—not just on the achievements and struggles of African Americans but on the enduring significance of why we dedicate this month to such a vital part of our collective history.
Welcoming the Lunar New Year: A Time for Renewal and Unity As the vibrant festivities of the Lunar New Year unfold, we at Let.Live extend our warmest wishes to everyone celebrating this auspicious occasion around the globe. Marking the beginning of the lunar calendar, the Lunar […]
Controlling immigration because of welfare abuse is like controlling guns because of mass shootings. Liberty is for the free.
Welcoming a New Year at Let.Live: A Time for Reflection, Renewal, and Action As the final days of the year draw to a close, we at Let.Live find ourselves in a reflective state, looking back on the year gone by and envisioning the path ahead. The […]
Navigating the TikTok Ban Proposition: Upholding Let.Live’s Principles of Freedom and Innovation The recent government proposition to ban TikTok has sparked a significant conversation about the delicate balance between national security and individual liberties. At Let.Live, we firmly believe in the principles of freedom, innovation, and […]
The term “GSM,” which stands for Gender and Sexual Minorities, is considered by some as a more inclusive and efficient alternative to the expanding acronym LGBTQI+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, and more). Here are a few reasons why GSM might be seen as a […]
People who interact with you should know that derogatory slurs like the N or F word have no place in your presence. It's about creating an environment where racial, gender, and sexual minorities feel safe, respected, and protected.
It's not about being against structure or rules but advocating for frameworks that empower rather than constrict.
The sad irony is that the bright light of American liberty, which once made tyrants across the world scurry like cockroaches, might be dimmed by our very own actions.
Is true justice possible when certain entities remain untouchable? Dive into the compelling argument for ending sovereign immunity and discover how it could reshape our society,
Free healthcare from governmental and monopolistic clutches and watch it soar to its true potential.
The existence of such specialized spaces in our neighborhoods underscores the principles of Let.live: Consent Culture, Tolerance and Change
We've had movements against sugar, against pop music, against socks with sandals, and – hold onto your berets – even against quiche!
What's the difference between a cat and a sentence? A cat has claws at the end of its paws and a sentence has a pause at the end of its clause.