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I agree AND I see too many

I agree AND I see too many times to count that kids aren't even given their minds to own as their own. They have an opinion another takes offense to, and the outcome is a shaming, gaslighting , a type of assault (which I oppose since is the theft of a person). "Your thoughts are unreasonable." "You don't get it." If the kid persists in pointing out evidence to the contrary, the adult will fall to lying. What is the mind then, but property? I believe anarchy exists between spaces, the absence of metaforical fences, the absence of objectification. What do you think? Anything to add or any ships to steer, so to speak?

How do you navigate these anarchist waters?

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