People Share Their Unpopular Opinions That Actually Make Perfect Sense
Some opinions can be controversial and aren’t shared by many, but that doesn’t mean they should be disregarded without good reason. On a subreddit called r/unpopularopinions, netizens share their thoughts that challenge what is usually accepted.
We at Bright Side gathered 16 of the most interesting, uncommon opinions that people shared on the Internet.
“If they are in need and are homeless, then cash is the way to help. Nobody knows their needs better than the person with the needs. Maybe they need money for a prescription or a hotel room or a new tent or any number of things.
If people don’t want to give money, then it makes sense to ask, ‘Can I give you food instead?’ If the answer is ‘No, thanks,’ then give nothing or give money.” — Allteaforme / Reddit
“Wikipedia is a practically unlimited source of free knowledge, which is constantly being monitored by an army of nerds.
The fact that we do not have to pay for access is a miracle.
Nearly every article has a full and reliable list of references at the bottom.” — HSS***t / Reddit
“If you have access to my phone number and have chosen to contact me, I should have a right to know who you are.” — w3stwing / Reddit
What are some unpopular opinions that should be more widely accepted? Tell us in the comment section below!