In light of some recent threads, along with many recent AND historical real world events, I feel like it's worth discussing the view outside of the binary of being "For" and "Against" a cause.
To be more specific, what do you think about people who do not actively take part/lack a concrete opinion in the discussion of issues deemed important or are simply passive about them? What about people who sympathize with both sides and thus do not entirely pick a side to back?
I've heard it said by people who are passionately involved in a topic that not caring/not fighting is the same as being part of the problem - "if you're not with us you're against us" - but I've never understood how this is fair. I myself am quite empathetic to everyone and try to see the good in people/the reason they do things, so I have trouble saying that one side has no ground to stand on (unless they clearly don't).