Unfortunately, it's a bit of a misnomer, although it may "technically" be true. Although I don't believe there is a widespread belief that people who are against the C19 vaccinations are "anti-vaxxers" in the traditional sense. It's just an easy thing to say during a conversation, and we all know what the meaning is. Great point, and that's a question I've been asking myself. If you've had C19 and developed natural immunity of some sort, why get the vaccine? Seems a bit unnecessary to me. But, I'm also not a doctor, so I'm not dead-set that my idea is rooted in any sort of science. Another great question. One that we should be asking both our elected leaders as well as our business leaders. Another great question that I've been asking all along. We don't demonize people who lead excessively unhealthy lifestyles and put massive drain on our healthcare system. Why demonize people who elect to not get vaccinated? We've never had a pandemic that killed over 4 million people in under 2 years either. Although I don't believe we should be forcing anyone to do anything, we can't discount the fact that this is the largest worldwide health crisis we've ever been a part of. Why isn't it a valid comparison? I've been alive almost 41 years and have never known a single person who has died from the flu. I personally know a half dozen that died from C19 in the last 18 months and have connections to at least as many more through close friends and extended family. While it may not be as dangerous as we initially thought it was going to be, it's proven to be a hell of a lot more dangerous than the flu. Agreed, and it's a very slippery slope we're on right now.