>The truth is that we are not the same, and we are not all >treated as equals. So how does one address this? IMO you >gotta work on fixing the problem, but in the meantime u gotta >seperate urself from the bullshit or it will drag u down. > >Once the shit is fixed, and we can all approach the table as >equals then we can talk about that other shit...
In one breath you accept that we are not all equal. I agree that nobody is equal - not in a group sense - but in an individual sense. In this respect, whether or not we agree with the ethics of it, individuals will always be treated inequally.
The paradox is this; it is beautiful that everybody is different but it is ugly that people are as an inevitable result treated differently.
Is it not then naively idealistic to state in the other breath that we could one day approach the table as 'equals'?