I'm guessing (and hoping) that if you saw someone doing something to hurt someone you love, that you would in most cases step in and defend your loved one in whatever way possible. But what if it's not a loved one? What if it's a complete stranger that you see getting the short end of the stick? Maybe it's a woman getting physically assaulted on the street. Or maybe it's a homophobic waitress verbally assaulting some gays in a restaurant. Could be your boss getting ripped off by a co-worker, could be anyone at all really, anyone that you see being either physically, emotionally, financially or socially victimized in some way. Would you adhere to a policy of "none of my business" in these cases? Or is there any kind of scenario where you could see yourself wanting to step in?
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