And why your argument is instantly invalid if you try this tactic.
- First off, let me congratulate you on completely trivializing a real, actual act of domestic abuse for the sake of disqualifying a fictional pairing on a poorly written TV show that you don’t like. Bra-fucking-o.
- Read the police report of what Chris Brown did to Rhianna., then look at what happened between Kurt and Dave during the bullying, then shut the fuck up.
- Kurt and Dave were not in relationship during the time of the bullying and they still aren’t. We have absolutely no idea how they’d act in a relationship because we haven’t yet seen it happen (but all canon evidence points to it being a loving, caring partnership).
- Chris Brown has shown himself to be nothing but an abusive, self-involved tool. I am deeply concerned about the sort of person who would actually compare him to a character with extremely low-self esteem and suicidal tendencies who feels like no one accepts or forgives him for what he’s done. Essentially what that says to me is, ‘hey dave karofskys of the world- you’re all monsters who should never be forgiven’.
Please, for the love of god, don’t send that kind of a message to people for the sake of disqualifying a pairing. I can think of nothing more irresponsible or selfish.
Stop using this argument. It only makes you, by extension, look like a tool.