The Overton Window.

If you believe in “High-Value Men”

Accept the existence of “High-Value Women”

And the likelihood that you’re neither of them.

– O.D. ©2022

Art by: petomandik

What do I believe in? None of this nonsense. I think this particular brand of rhetoric is damaging (and useless). Basing value judgments on highly subjective estimations encourages people to think they can place value on anyone at any time. It encourages those who are inclined to judge others to have yet another cudgel they use to validate their misinformed opinions.

Think for yourself. Don’t let society tell you where to find what matters and what you should care about.

“Thinking is difficult, therefore let the herd pronounce judgment” – Carl Jung

4 Replies to “The Overton Window.”

  1. “Think for yourself. Don’t let society tell you where to find what matters and what you should care about.” Exactly. What may be important to me might mean little to nothing to you, and vice versa. It doesn’t mean I can’t share those important things… but I can’t get offended if you don’t hold it at the same value. Plus, society, in my opinion, often gets it wrong (for me)… so I’ll just keep doing what I love and care about. Thanks for sharing with us, OD!

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