Aug 14, 2016 • Mike Hubbard • Series: Inside Out

Most likely, the first time you showed the emotion of disgust involved your parents force-feeding some kind of green vegetable, and you responded by spitting it out and instantly showing the universal facial expression, with eyes squinted and tongue out. Disgust is an emotion where we respond to something we find revolting, and is often and expression of preferences. Some of our disgust is value neutral, such as Brussels sprouts or mayonnaise. But, other expressions of disgust may reflect cultural values and even show some of our prejudices. The emotion of disgust was given to us by God to express both likes and dislikes, but also to demonstrate a posture of contempt toward moral wickedness, oppression, and injustice.

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