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A world of robots

by on October 30, 2012

When I was at school everyone wanted to fit in, to be accepted. A lot of people tried to look the same: there was a certain way to wear your hair, do your make-up, a certain brand of bag to own. Walking through the school corridors, I remember feeling that everyone seemed to be the same. I would look from one pupil to the next, and to the next, and the likeness was incredible. With laws now introduced to promote ‘equality’, it seems that it is harder for us to be different from each other anymore without making a scene. But what is this life of parading around wearing similar styles, and matching haircuts? Is it natural for our bodies to be exactly the same dimensions, and for our eyebrows to be shaped to exactly the same degree? Of course not! After all, we are not robots.


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