@Lemex and I were just talking about where the line should be drawn when respecting other cultures and practices. Of course, we both support respecting other cultures. However, in some cases, we both felt that there is a limit, especially when natural human rights are infringed upon. But this leads to some complications. To use an example, if a particular community killed a child each month as sacrifice to the gods, should an outside community intervene to abolish this practice because it’s against basic human rights? Why does one culture get to define these basic human rights and then impose that on another culture?