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Do you want to see laws change with respect to psychiatry? Do you want to see psychiatric human rights abuses outlawed? Twitter can be one way of letting politicians know your views. Twitter is a platform that many politicians are on. If many people Tweet to politicians to tell them their views about psychiatry, then politicians will eventually hear the message. Individual politicians many not...
The right to not experience psychiatric coercion and nonconsensual psychiatry is an important human right. Through grassroots activism (including contacting politicians) and utilizing social media and so forth, we can eventually outlaw psychiatric coercion and nonconsensual psychiatry. Psychiatrist Thomas Szasz is correct; psychiatric coercion is medicalized terrorism. We should only u...
If you know of any Sheriff deputies that assist hospitals in committing psychiatric human rights abuses, then consider Tweeting the following to your local sheriff department (or something to this effect). "Do some police officers and some sheriff deputies help hospitals to perpetrate psychiatric human rights abuses? Yes. If deputies have have moral courage, then they should refuse to. @[any She...
Outlawing nonconsensual psychiatry and psychiatric coercion can be accomplished peacefully. Civil commitment and the insanity defense must be outlawed. Suicide should be respected as a civil and human right for all adults when it is done in private. Read the books Suicide Prohibition and Psychiatric Slavery by psychiatrist Thomas Szasz.
We must outlaw psychiatric slavery. Psychiatrist Thomas Szasz is correct; psychiatric coercion is medicalized terrorism. Szasz wrote about 35 books; consider reading some of them. Only consensual psychiatry should be legal. Psychiatric coercion should be outlawed. Suicide prohibitions, civil commitment, and the insanity defense are the majority of what keeps psychiatric coercion legal. If adults...
To coerce or commit someone and to psychiatrically “treat” them involuntarily is either or both selfish and an imposition of a theological belief on another. That is, involuntarily committing someone is selfish and/or does not respect freedom of religion. It implements a theological position by positing that a human may not be better off after they die. It seems that if there is nothing after deat...
Currently, in many places, when someone poses “an immediate danger” to their-self, police and in turn psychiatrists can detain them for treatment. This is despite not having broken any laws. If someone’s life is so miserable and weary of life that they want to end it, should not they be allowed to? Should not they be allowed to do this in as peaceful a way possible? It seems they should be offered...
For those in a psychiatric unit voluntarily, being in a psychiatric hospital can be comforting and helpful, potentially. Although, many individuals are not given a chance to give authentic informed consent much or most of the time. For those in a psychiatric unit involuntarily, such a nonconsensual experience can feel like abuse and even like torture sometimes. The psychiatric survivor movement ...
Part of the reason why there is a stigma related to staying in a psychiatric unit is because there may be coercion involved when staying at a psychiatric unit. Some individuals are in psychiatric units voluntarily. Some are not. Law abiding individuals who want to leave a psychiatric unit, but are not allowed to are effectively having their human rights abused. I think this is part of what fuels s...
Is there a burden on society to “protect” adults who are planning to end their own life on Earth? That burden is manufactured and morally deficient. That burden probably ultimately prevents us from actually reducing suicides, and probably worsens suicide rates since suicide prohibitions make it not possible for many individuals to talk about suicide openly and honestly with any potential helpers i...