Not to apologize for offensive words?
I said something that someone found offensive. I had literally no intention on hurting the person, it's just that I'm not aware of every single thing that people find offensive these days. They were hurt, and then everyone else gathered around and blamed me and made me feel like a horrible person.
But I don't want to apologize. Why should I? It's not like I said it on purpose, and it wasn't even something bad. It was an old-school type of saying that I guess a few people find offensive now. I didn't know. I'm not in that mindset of "everything is offensive". I let everything roll of my back, I don't care.
I'm not a bad person, I never say anything to purposely hurt someone's feelings. That's why I don't feel like I should apologize. Why should I apologize for something I had no knowledge of? I actually find it hurtful that everyone ganged up on me and attacked me (verbally) for it, and now I'm seen in a bad light. Also, being forced to apologize means nothing now, it's just a humiliation tactic because no one accepts apologies.
I literally can't keep up with every thing people find 'offensive'