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  1. Interesting. It’s kind of the same with racism. You find something to look down upon or claim superiority over, because you can’t find power or authority in a group you already belong to, so you claim that group as your form of superiority. I wonder if anyone has ever had that pointed out to them in a close, intimate setting. Something like a psychologist’s office, where a white supremacist or someone who extols sexist beliefs online is told why they do it by someone who shares common characteristics with them (race, gender, etc).

    Sorry if I’m rambling, but I love the introspective stuff. I find that sometimes it can heighten the tension in a story if done right.

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