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The Privilege of My Genderlessness

A couple of days ago I was taken down a corridor of thinking that brought me to consider my privilege, my silence, and the benignity of a personal ethic. It started from my reading of a blog article by an … Continue reading

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Whatever… Republican Monarchy? Monarchist Republic?

My republic-monarchy mash-up may greet you as stuck on the fence, strange, or maybe even absurd; though this is only due to the archaic nature of the current status quo. Let me start by stating that I do not dislike … Continue reading

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Take Marriage Back

Marriage seems like a pretty basic idea to me. Consenting adults commit themselves to each other as an expression of their love. I am naive when it comes to relationships. I am a perennial loner, but it fails me why … Continue reading

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