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Gone are the days when we embraced the treat culture

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Whether or not you’ve heard the specific term “dealing with culture”, you may have observed a trend (though not directly derived from “parks and recreation”, Donna and Tom It can be argued that it has deep roots in the “treat yo-yo” of Indulge just to make yourself happy, usually “a little treat(Note: “small” does not indicate the actual size of the treat, it is just a side note to emphasize the cuteness). “Small snacks” are not limited to food, but sometimes take new forms. Foliage plantsquishmallows, or another object that brings you joy – it’s safe to say iced coffee is the most frequent snack choice (although Meghan Trainor of “Spy Kids” fame and her husband Darryl Sabara choose Oreos).

Treat culture has some revolutionary potential. First, the food category refutes something central to dietary culture: the objection that we should reject foods we like because they are ‘good’.Second, it makes us bolder to stop pleasing people by wanting things and accepting them. ourselves rather than trying to satisfy the needs of others. Finally, although there are economic barriers that limit the extent and frequency people can participate in treat culture, it supports the following: Everyone You deserve to enjoy nice things. Treat culture is a staunchly anti-hustle culture. And even when you do, you never deserve a break or a “little treat.”

Times like this are hard enough. In fact, my fingers float listlessly over the keyboard, seemingly unable to put into words the gravity of the situation. Times are especially tough for those who always suffer the most – those who are left behind. The women and queer community, especially transgender individuals, fear for their safety and watch their rights slip by in real time. But marginalized people are most severely punished for their existence, but it is a terrifying time to exist, whoever you are.Climate change, the threat of viruses, gun violence, the threat of fascism It affects us all. Deliberate structural inequality means that some people suffer more than others, but no level of privilege can completely escape the consequences.