Coming Out: Deviant Behavior, Part II

Woe be to those rare and precious souls who dare to color outside the lines…

… entering the forbidden zone of curiosity, adventure, and initiative.

Their courage and audacity are disruptive enough, but it is their freedom that is especially upsetting to the powers that be and the tribes that engulf them…

Their agency will be met with all manner of resistance… not just from the preachers, politicians, and other salesmen who profit from the status quo, but also from the cowardly masses who treasure the dull comforts of their ignorance, obedience, and conformity.

Learn more… Coming Out: Common Ground

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Frank J Peter View All →

A uniquely burdened and blessed citizen of the world thinking and acting out loud!

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  1. I was just pondering this morning about my childhood and being led a certain way. More than anything, it was about my maleness. I need to think about it more, but it was criticism about keeping it between masculine lines determined by others. Many others. It seems like the opinion that mattered least was mine.

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    • Indeed, Mister Bill. Being a boy, I too was channeled to do “boy things” and to avoid doing “girl things”… Alas the social norms that bend us twigs in childhood don’t stop trying to bend us all in adulthood. Thanks for sharing, man.

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