At Their Disposal — Pt. 1

Living as a pawn in someone else’s game

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No one tells you during the process of becoming yourself that your personhood is unsafe. Its vulnerability is masked behind some false notion that you are yours, platitudes from more confident people telling you no one can take anything from you that you don’t give them. This is a lie. There is such an act as robbery.

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