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a recent controversial issue in the media that stretched societal tolerance of free speech.
Controversial topics refer to those social issues which are highly debatable in their nature. In simple terms any topic on which strong debates can be held thus creating definite kind of controversies are considered as highly controversial. [ These are issues about which people have very strong yet opposing thoughts and positions, which lead to much dispute and argument. These thoughts and
positions exist because of different religious, social, or political beliefs people might have. Controversial topics polarize society, with opposing parties making strong arguments for or against some particular issue. ]
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