What Inequality Has Meant to Me

6 thoughts on “What Inequality Has Meant to Me”

  1. Powerful stuff. You did bring a tear to my eye. I can and certainly cannot imagine the constant presence of this, like a sword hanging over you, just because you are who you are and who you love. The bright spot is that it does seem to be turning and faster than it “should” when compared to other social changes in history. I’ve heard it explained that part of that is the old farts are dying out and the younger generations don’t see things the same. I hope that is true. But it is the young ones who are probably telling you that they want to watch, you haven’t found the right man, etc. People…augh!

    I’m glad you wrote this.


    1. Thank you. Yes the times are changing and much faster than I ever thought they would. A few years ago I didn’t think I was going to ever see marriage equality happen and now it seems very soon the whole country will! It is an amazing time and a great weight is slowly being lifted off of me. Thank you for reading.


  2. So, you wrote many instances of inequality and explained them wonderfully. Let me ask, what is the true nature of inequality? You and I, are we the same or different, equal or not equal?


    1. Oh that is an easy one, we are different and we are equal. Every human life is equal in importance and everyone of us has the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happines. We are all different though, but not as different as we think :)

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