Truth To Power wrote:That's chattel slavery; there are other forms of slavery such as penal slavery in which people are forced to work but are not property. There are also forms of slavery that are not de jure, such as forcible sex work.
Owning someone does not require fatal force.
So that definition is inaccurate.
Anyone can say that about any definition or source. This is an useless statement. Your definition is inaccurate.
False. If we look at how the word is actually used, it is clear that the definition you cite is wrong.
This is an emotional tantrum. There is no political logic here. One can say that the definitions you cite are wrong.
Forced to work. Not just work. FORCED marriage. Not just marriage.
Some forms or types of slavery have force involved. But not every single example or type of slavery is forced.
Bondage implies force.
Debt Bondage is different than physical bondage. Two different terms that use one same word.
How can you have an useful discussion if you don't know the difference between "words" and "definitions?" Here is an example:
There are multiple definitions of "love." All have the same four letter word, but have different definitions.