Possibly the things I’ve struggled with more than anything in the last year is how to handle certain moral or ethical issues. The problem typically resolves from the issue of “it depends” being an answer. Which in some cases I’m the person that is clearly pointing out that such a paradigm exists that certain rules don’t apply and that there are times when stereotypes are correct, and times it is pointed out to me. The problem that is hardest to resolve though is that every situation is different which creates issues in which the answer is presented. This is where the idea of logical ethics becomes important. The idea is that in each situation there are certain factors in place that make it so that certain logical choices exist, these choices taken out of those context might not always be the “most optimal” choice, but at that time they are the logical choice.