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Saying "No" to certain things is NOT like begging for it
I do not understand these situations. When I say "No" to homosexuality, men want to sodomize me. When I say "No" to trolling, others start trolling. When I say "No" to sex, others want me to have sex with them. When I say "No" to stalking, others stalk. Many people think that saying "No" to certain things is like begging for it. Not true. It is NOT like begging for it. Saying "No" to them really means "forbidding it; denying it; shutting it down; you want nothing to do with it". I looked up on Dictionary.com and found the definition for "No" and it means


no
  Use No in a sentence

no
1 [noh] Show IPA adverb, adjective, noun, plural noes, nos, verb
adverb
1.
(a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request)
2.
(used to emphasize or introduce a negative statement): Not a single person came to the party, no, not a one.
3.
not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a comparative): He is no better.
4.
not a (used before an adjective to convey the opposite of the adjective's meaning): His recovery was no small miracle.
adjective
5.
not a (used before a noun to convey the opposite of the noun's meaning): She's no beginner on the ski slopes.
noun
6.
an utterance of the word “no.”
7.
a denial or refusal: He responded with a definite no.
8.
a negative vote or voter: The noes have it.
verb (used with object)
9.
to reject, refuse approval, or express disapproval of.
verb (used without object)
10.
to express disapproval.
Idioms
11.
no can do, Informal. it can't be done.
Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English nā, equivalent to ne not + ā ever (see ay1 )


It also says in Dictionary.com


Dictionary.com Unabridged
no
2 [noh] Show IPA
adjective
1.
not any: no money.
2.
not at all; far from being: He is no genius.
3.
very little; negligible: We got her to the hospital in no time.
Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; variant of none1


These are the definitions for "No", so when I say "No" to certain things, others have the nerve to do it anyway? They don't respect our wishes or rights. Violating them will get them into trouble. I do not see the logic behind thinking saying "No" to certain things is like begging for it. It doesn't make any sense. What makes them think that saying "No" to those things is like begging for it? I cannot comprehend.
When I say "No" to certain things, then they should stop right there. *snaps fingers once* I know what "No" really means. See the definition in Dictionary.com or the one above for more details. Read that clearly. Saying "No" to certain things is NOT like begging for it. Reality check.

Begging is like wanting it, and wanting it is like saying "Yes" to it. "No" is the complete opposite. When I say "No" to certain things, our wishes are ought to be respected. We have reasons to say "No" to certain things.





 
 
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