David Zeleznikow-Johnston26 February 2018
She was on her knees by a depressive begonia.
“They’re not getting any air in here,” she said when she saw me. “It’s gotten to the point where I have to go around breathing on them, multiple times a day.”
I unloaded the box on the kitchen counter.
Queers are outraged about the proposed regulation of poppers—and the restriction of its recreational use. And rightly so. The arguments against these regulations are convincing—it’s your body and your choice to ingest whatever substance you like. But every new prohibition on social behaviours comes from somewhere and we should ask what made regulating poppers possible in the first place, to properly critique these immoral policies.
Ever heard of cheese nightmares? Nup? Well, count yourself lucky.
FOR by Darcy French. AGAINST by Alex D. Epstein.
FOR by Matthew Simkiss. AGAINST by Ruby Perryman.
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