First of all yes you can,
Cringing is involuntary.
second of all the issue is you voicing your opinion to people who don't care. Tell them not to do it or tell them why they shouldn't but don't give off this passive remark you'd give in a normal conversation. It's a forum encounter.
I don't really care what people care about. What he said made me cringe, so I told him it made me cringe. There's nothing passive about it. I don't understand why you have to get so autistic about the most inconsequential of shit. Maybe if you toned that nonsense down a bit your only friends on this site wouldn't have dumped your ass as fast as they did.
Well allow me to teach you some basic psychology, my friend
. People cringe at things that break the rules of any given situation. If a person falls and they break their arm you may cringe because either you cringe at how they fell or they cringe at the fact that the arm twisted in a way it wasn't supposed to. You cringed because nigga was used even though that's a no-no word that you're not allowed to use. These rules can change and if they do the cringe disappears, or it can appear if you gain new rules.
You're too stupid to understand the layers of why saying that something all young people on the internet is cringe for. You're just being a nuisance and I know you don't care, but that doesn't make it better, it makes it worse. You're like one of those Jehova's witnesses that don't care about your privacy they want to spread their beliefs, or one of those "you're going to hell" preachers on the street. Not caring only makes you cool to those who don't care either. It's on the level of trump supporters. And don't call me a former friend, I hate your guts, and you calling me a former friend makes me cringe.