- Mar 29, 2010
- No pls.
- Basic Beliefs
- Natural Philosophy, Game Theoretic Ethicist
It is not unconditionally given. The condition generally lies somewhere in "you are small enough to not break me and I am still untired enough to do it."Not giving grown ups piggy back rides, when it is unconditionally given to some (children) is just the act of being a bigoted asshole?not giving people what they ask for, when it is unconditionally given to some regardless of complete overlap otherwise, is just the act of being a bigoted asshole.
I would give piggyback rides as freely to larger, older people if they were as small as the people I otherwise would give piggyback rides to or I was sufficiently unbreakable.
I would more freely in fact, especially to people over 18, if I so could, since I do not have to limit such interactions to immediate family at that point.
I reserve the right to deny anyone piggyback rides, even within my normal conditions, who denies others pronoun usage.