3. So, since what these young people are doing is not 'emo'
then what is happening to them is acceptable?
(My point, if you didn't grasp it, is that your post takes something that is not even addressed - the legitimacy of using the term 'emo' - and gives it primacy, while completely ignoring the point of the article. Young people are being killed for the way they look - isn't that slightly more important than how accurately the word is being used?)