the Right to be Different…

…to be the uncontained, the irreducible, the undefinable, and what cannot be named, interpreted, or simplified; to be infinite otherness and constant othering, a difference differing even from itself, and infinite plurality lacking unity or simplicity; to be the uncanny and the elsewhere, not a certain other or another other, but what is neither one nor the other, and what refuses, unsettles, and undoes every opposition, leaving it porous, exhausted, and destructed; to refuse and to elude the said, the decided, and every word, even the words “the right to be different” and the decision to be different.

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