That a visionary of a different world can be dubbed a hypocrite for not establishing one gives evidence that subjectification is alienating, not enabling

and of vision more ordinary:

“Don’t objectify me!” asserted the woman to a gawking man.

“Don’t subjectify me!” was his reply. Standing up for a dramatic gesture, he continued: “what a heavy burden it is to construct a lifelong umbrella that shields and regulates my myriad of forces in to a coherent stability, not for my own sake but for the sake of outward appearance alone. I won’t have my mouth apologize for my eyes, nor my inherited instincts apologize to a culture of superficial and ephemeral correctness.”

A passerby stopped to stare at the man.

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