The Barometer keeps hearing the description of the “right to speak their truth.” The Barometer is not clear on what that means, but the truth is not a personal thing. There is one truth, no matter how much people believe that they are being truthful.
The Barometer studied philosophy and the professor used an example of socks in his drawer to teach the concept of truth. His question was, “How many pairs of socks do you think that I have in my drawer at home?” He let students guess. Then he asked if there were some data we could examine. Some students offered their thoughts on how many socks they had seen the professor wear and then extrapolate from there. The professor then confessed that he was not sure how many socks were in the drawer. There was a true and accurate and irrefutable number, but we just did not know it. There was one truth, and we had to go count the socks to know.
What me may perceive to be the truth is not always the truth. There is one truth, not his truth, her truth, or their truth. There is one truth that can be discovered only by facts, not recollection or belief.