Like most people who are not living the cloistered life I have something to say about the paths humans take. The things people say about their chosen lifestyle is a primary interest of mine. I keep my shields up against debates and forums where the participants have a wide range of opinions and are not committed to learning, and have neither competence nor expertise.
I like to discuss, in the appropriate settings, misanthropy, philanthropy, misogyny, xenophobia, tribalism, cultural heritage, the intersection of religion and politics, and Christian theology. I will always make room for a discussion of African liberation, primarily with people of African descent.