In a public place, let us say a dormitory common area, should I be expected to constantly watch my tongue for fear of offending a strictly religious peer of mine? I could understand being expected to not jabber about how I hate God right outside her door, but does she have a right to demand I respect her beliefs when talking about subjects taboo for her in a said common room? I never go out of my way to offend her, but her beliefs structure is so strict she may explode on me for talking about and number of topics from Wicca to cyborgs. Where do I draw the line where she is forcing her beliefs on me and I am disrespecting her? She has a short temper and I have a very hard time compromising. Any suggestions?
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