be insensitive

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Summary: Singer says he didn't mean to be insensitive to people who can't have kids
Many people reacted on the micro-blogging website, claiming it to be insensitive.
Manmohan Singh's statement over inflation to be insensitive, Advani said: "The Prime Minister had said publicly that high inflation is due to prosperity.
The UK is in a financial mess and it would be wrong to take something on that would be insensitive and frivolous in this economic climate.
"I spend, as a business minister, all of my time focusing on how we help businesses, employers and therefore people, and I would not want to be insensitive about that phrase, which we know has issues," she said.
Ann Winterton's deplorable conduct showed her to be insensitive as an imperial wizard of the Klu Klux Klan at a Dr Martin Luther King convention and more over the top than the silicone attribute of Jordan's bra.