“Judging an appearance has been twisted of its meaning to refer towards only the ignorance of a person, the prejudice of a person. Yet, never has ignorance been so ripe, when we confuse our appearances, what we first notice, to either say that one cannot be assumed for a gender or a race, or whatever else. That is the same as enforcing deception. What the eyes see, is meant to be appropriate, and simply that. To be ‘appropriate’, means to be dressed in rags when one is a pauper, or to be dressed in a business suit when one is a businessman. Deception rules, when we cannot ‘judge an appearance’ enough to be past it, and know the individual, within.”

– Modern Romanticism

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