Maybe that's a new standard by which we could frame indifference to race by, i.e.: "Content of a person's character notwithstanding, we all look the same beneath fifteen pounds of Fluff.”
But, back to point, the larger interest for me not regarding wash rags, race or the full body lather so much as the underlying reality that there is a world of different practices for everyday, 'simple' actions, but that we aren't open to realizing exist because we are so blindly predispositioned in the utilization our own.
For instance, a shower is seemingly a pretty straight forward idea in anyone's mind, to me, in broad strokes, you soap up and r...
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