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Saturday, January 18, 2014

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Amelia

This is a short, clear statement of the essence of polarization in our society. If everything is to be designated normal (so as not to hurt the feelings of those who somehow fall outside of normal, or those who simply feel abnormal), then there is no normal. This makes it very challenging for those who desire to stand out from the crowd, to be distinguished or just noticed. Such individuals must constantly come up with ingenious ways to garner attention for the eccentric or "cutting edge", and celebrated for their individuality. They are not prepared to be rejected as abnormal or disordered, and if this happens they will insist on tolerance and acceptance -- and, of course, who are we to judge?

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