Welcome to CreateDebate!

CreateDebate is a social tool that democratizes the decision-making process through online debate. Join Now!
  • Find a debate you care about.
  • Read arguments and vote the best up and the worst down.
  • Earn points and become a thought leader!

To learn more, check out the FAQ or Tour.

Be Yourself

Your profile reflects your reputation, it will build itself as you create new debates, write arguments and form new relationships.

Make it even more personal by adding your own picture and updating your basics.

Facebook addict? Check out our page and become a fan because you love us!

Identify Ally
Declare Enemy
Challenge to a Debate
Report This User

View All

View All

View All

RSS Girl4Justice

Reward Points:31
Efficiency: Efficiency is a measure of the effectiveness of your arguments. It is the number of up votes divided by the total number of votes you have (percentage of votes that are positive).

Choose your words carefully so your efficiency score will remain high.
Efficiency Monitor

10 most recent arguments.

The opposite of skinny is fat. So, in your logic, a person who is not skinny must be fat. Is there no middle ground?

4 points


The belief that there was nothing and nothing happened to nothing and then nothing magically exploded for no reason , creating everything and then a bunch of everything magically rearranged itself for no reason whatsoever into self-replicating bits which then turned into dinosaurs.

Makes perfect sense.

The first reason is misbehaving students don’t care if others are punished for their actions. Actually, they prefer it. It means that they don’t have to suffer alone. So, in all honesty, this is ineffective.

The second reason is collective punishment gives students a reason to misbehave. If you know you’re going to get punished for showing up in in the classroom, then why don’t you break some rules? I mean, you’re going to get punished anyway, where is the incentive to behave?

The third reason is collective punishment damages the relationship between the teacher and the well-behaved students. Even if they choose to behave instead of misbehave, they will still feel the sting of injustice. They know the consequence is not only unfair, but unjust. Of course, these students will resent the real culprits, but they will resent the teacher more.

It is cruel and ineffective. Animals don't get a lot of the diseases humans get, so it doesn't matter if a product works on animals.

Look at him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes! Young people should have a say in the government, too.

Way too spicy. I draw the line at PEPPERoni. Anything else is too spicy. But that's just my opinion.

No, they should not go outside if it's below freezing or really hot, but when it's 45 degrees and teachers are keeping kids inside, it's just crazy. Kids need time to play outside.

2 points

Why not? It's fun to be a rebel! And logic is for lawyers.

It depends on which law you're thinking about breaking. If a law goes against your moral values, then it is perfectly acceptable to break it.

Displaying 4 most recent debates.

Winning Position: What is the funniest thing you have ever heard?
Winning Position: Yes

About Me

"I am directly opposed to collective punishment!!!!"

Biographical Information
Name: Kaitlyn Elizabeth
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Single
Political Party: Republican
Country: United States
Religion: Christian-other
Education: High School

Want an easy way to create new debates about cool web pages? Click Here