if the people you’re talking to are racist, misogynist, transphobic and homophobic then yeah you should probably dislike them.
How do people not understand there’s a difference between disagreeing with someone and recognizing that they’re being offensive/insulting/harmful to others? I disagree with someone when they say chocolate is terrible. I’ll still be their friend. But if they say gay people are terrible I will not be their friend because not only do I disagree with what they’re saying but I recognize that they’re being homophobic and how terrible that is to people who are on the other end of that hatred. Everyone has said terrible things. True. But if you’re a good person, you learn from the things you’ve said. You get called out: you correct your behavior, you change your speech, you stop saying horrible things. “Everyone does it” is a terrible excuse. If you’re gonna stan, stan. But recognize that he’s a shitty human because despite knowing better, Frankie makes awful remarks consistently and repeatedly, and refuses to acknowledge how hurtful and harmful he is being. And if you’re okay with stanning a person like that, then that’s on you and definitely reflects who you are. But don’t go denying what kind of person he is and the things he’ve said just so you can feel more comfortable about liking him.