It’s the Dystopia That’s Hard to Take

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Frequently I am struck by the wildly opposing realities currently at war in our culture: We’re all walking around with supercomputers in our pockets that can instantly offer up information on the latest scientific knowledge — and also part of the country wants to return to banning books in schools.

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Blogging about mental illness, narcissistic abuse & survival, feminism, politics. Essayist, journalist, novelist, wife, mom, Kansan, repro rights activist.

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Amber Fraley

Amber Fraley

Blogging about mental illness, narcissistic abuse & survival, feminism, politics. Essayist, journalist, novelist, wife, mom, Kansan, repro rights activist.

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