Discussion of "I Am A Contradiction: The Duality Within Ourselves" by lionsheart24
Squrlbt 1 year, 7 months ago
Nobody's a contradiction. For some people, it's okay for them to be themselves; for others, it never will be.
A white heterosexual man can have sex, can have a career, can choose his friends, can play sports, can go places, can do things, can experience new things, and can have all kinds of sexual desires of his own.
Someone who isn't heterosexual and male can't. Women are supposed to be chaste & pure & good & clean cut little mother figures who either obey their fathers/husbands/boyfriends or pretend that they are "liberals"/"feminists" instead of grown-**** adults who like to **** other women. A woman isn't supposed to be able to do anything. She's especially not have a sex drive or career of her own like a man. If she's a lesbian, she can expect to always be alone.
There's no "duality" or "contradiction". Some people are just better at pretending to be happy with having no choices in life and having to put up a front all the time than others.
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