Althouh I don’t have any real human experience outside of my comfortable world created by the education system, I know exactly what needs to be done to make sociaty a better place.

People should be accepting of everyone, no matter what race or gender they are. Why can’t everybody just get along? I yearn for the utopia that corresponds to my own personal bubble.

Why don’t men like me? Is it because I’m kinda gross and angry at them all the time???

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