I'm not really. If anything, I'm tired of people on the internet getting offended over the smallest things. Take the recent drama over an OCD sweater (Link). One silly little slogan, "Obsessive Christmas Disorder", and people are boycotting and petitioning to have it removed from sale. Am I the only one who thinks that's really stupid? And not only is it stupid, it actually does more harm than good to whatever cause these easily-offended people claim to be supporting. Most people with OCD don't give a rats ass about some silly sweater; either they'll think it's dumb and and continue shopping without another thought, or they'll think it's actually cute and funny and might decide to buy it because it's lighthearted and unserious. Most people with mental illness just want to get on with their lives, they don't want to be painted as victims at every turn - which is exactly what these people are doing. What is it with people and wanting to be offended, wanting to be the victims? Don't even get me started on Tumblr! Mental illness is an issue. Trust me, of all people to know what living with mental disorders is like. And yes, people should raise awareness and fight stigmas and help people with mental illnesses and all that. But this isn't helping anyone. It's just making people who actually fight for mental health awareness look like whiny idiots. And this is just one thing that people have chosen to get offended about recently. I'm sure everyone reading this can think of many times where people have gotten offended over nothings and non-issues. Anyone else sick of this online culture of self-victimization, or is it just me?