When people start implying that because they’re not offended, nobody else should be, either.
That’s when their arguments lose all relevance. You see, some people haven’t really learned
that everyone is entitled to their feelings, whether those feelings are “rational” and “logical”
or not, and that one persons feelings don’t have to be everyone else’s feelings too.
These people seen to engender a sense of superiority that they are not entitled to.
They feel that “not being offended” becomes somehow morally better, or a sign of strength
or “maturity” or “perspective.” It’s also assumed to be the “healthier” option, because being
offended means you’re “holding a grudge” or something equally ridiculous.