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Kyler J Falk

Joined 3 weeks ago from Corona, CA Last activity 22 hours ago

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  • What Should the Legal Age of Consent Be?
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    What Should the Legal Age of Consent Be?

    30 hours ago

    The legal age of consent, and the laws around it, don't take into account the age at which people are becoming sexually active and this leads to many undeserved criminal convictions. Would lowering the age, but extending the scope of the laws help?

  • Women Are the Greatest
    4

    Women Are the Greatest

    47 hours ago

    Are you a seductress? Let's explore that notion, and let you explore your seductive side more often.

  • Weaponizing Subjective Perspective, Eliminating Freedom of Speech
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    Weaponizing Subjective Perspective, Eliminating Freedom of Speech

    3 days ago

    Let's explore the declining trend, "Freedom of speech," by taking a look at the trends that are replacing it.

  • God Isn't Real
    8

    God Isn't Real

    4 days ago

    God seems to have antisocial personality disorder, or is in fact a violent narcissist. Let's explore this valid claim.

  • It Was Enough
    4

    It Was Enough

    4 days ago

    A short, free verse poem to remind you to take a look at what you have and be thankful. Things could always be worse, don't devalue what you have for what could be waiting in the future. The future holds the same conclusion for us all.

  • The Negatives of Being Positive
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    The Negatives of Being Positive

    5 days ago

    Being positive all the time is something to avoid rather than something to aspire to. You can't trust an individual who only ever sees the silver lining, and refuses to acknowledge hard truths for the sake of others. Their outlook is the back they are hiding their knife behind.

  • Why Should Topeka, Kansas Be Ranked #1 in the United States?
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    Why Should Topeka, Kansas Be Ranked #1 in the United States?

    7 days ago

    Topeka, Kansas is deserving only of the highest rank, the "Iron Throne" if you can forgive the jesting reference, or the pinnacle, if you prefer, of every "Worst of" list in the United States. Avoid it at all costs.

  • Escaping the Pit of Depression
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    Escaping the Pit of Depression

    8 days ago

    Life is rough and dealing with depression can be the straw that breaks the camel's back. It doesn't need to be, though. Lighten up on yourself.

  • Losing My Father to Himself
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    Losing My Father to Himself

    9 days ago

    Alcoholism, abuse, ignorance... There isn't a lot one can do to help their parents to see that they are losing themselves and those around them. This is doubly true when the parent believes they are the only victim.

  • Rushing In
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    Rushing In

    8 days ago

    A poem about the devastation caused by, and irrelevancy of arguments of all kinds. There is a middle ground, especially when it comes to matters you have no real control over. Don't let a minor quarrel with your friends, family, and community become a war no one can win.

  • It Is Okay to Feel Victimized, But...
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    It Is Okay to Feel Victimized, But...

    12 days ago

    Feeling victimized is quite common, and it is nothing to feel shame for. At one point or another we have all been victimized. The important distinction that needs to be made, however, is whether or not you, or another, are actually being victimized.

  • Politicians Are Human, Too—Treat Them Like Your Neighbor
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    Politicians Are Human, Too—Treat Them Like Your Neighbor

    11 days ago

    Politicians hold important offices and have more responsibility than most others in society, but that doesn't mean they are invulnerable and without fault just like us. They have families, feelings, goals, dreams, and nightmares. Treat them like it.

  • No One Is Obligated to Accept You
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    No One Is Obligated to Accept You

    12 days ago

    "Your rights end where another's begin" is the most accurate way to describe how acceptance should be viewed. You cannot be accepted if you do not first accept others. Accepting opposing views and understanding them is more important than receiving acceptance.

  • You're the Problem, Now Accept and Change It
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    You're the Problem, Now Accept and Change It

    2 weeks ago

    It's all too easy to point fingers where they don't belong, but the first step to solving most social problems is first pointing your finger at yourself. We can't expect others to change to suit our needs, but they'd be more willing if we changed to better suit theirs.

  • Malignant Narcissists and Their Equally Malignant Victims
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    Malignant Narcissists and Their Equally Malignant Victims

    9 days ago

    We must all be careful when delving into psychological diagnoses not only because most of us are not qualified to make such diagnoses, but because the average half-life on psychological knowledge is seven years. Don't throw accusations around carelessly.

  • Amateur Writing Isn't as Daunting as It Seems
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    Amateur Writing Isn't as Daunting as It Seems

    2 weeks ago

    It is important to take into account that you will always be your harshest critic, and to not let your harshest critic bring you down. Let the audience and stats speak more for your work than your insecurities.

  • How to Develop Friendships in the Digital Age
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    How to Develop Friendships in the Digital Age

    2 weeks ago

    It is a rare occasion where you find someone you are actually compatible with, not because you are incompatible but most often because you, the other person, or both of you lack the time, patience, and skills necessary to see that friendship through to the long-term payout.

  • Is Performative Cruelty the New Social Norm?
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    Is Performative Cruelty the New Social Norm?

    2 weeks ago

    Most discussions—if we can call them that honestly—about controversial topics end up becoming a contest to see who can hurt the opposing side worse. Every minor conflict becomes a do-or-die, verbal knife fight. This is something that needs constructive discussion.

  • Is Eating at Lola's Cafe Worth It Despite the Allegations They Are Facing?
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    Is Eating at Lola's Cafe Worth It Despite the Allegations They Are Facing?

    13 days ago

    Unofficial investigations into Lola's Cafe turned up some interesting allegations including sexism, discrimination, abuse and financial crimes. The question that I seek to answer here is, "Is it worth it to eat there despite the allegations?" and to bring community awareness to the alleged abuse.

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