Wyte Innocence

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You know how you can say one thing but you’re talking about another thing? That’s the subtext.

Let me say this to my wyte friends: There is the concept of “wyte innocence” that you might not be aware of. I know I’ve talked about it before in this space and elsewhere. The idea is that wyte people start from the position of “I didn’t do nothing wrong” which leads to…

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Writer; observer; sometimes doer. Fiat justitia ruat cælum. More at stephenmatlock.com Mostly off Medium now & writing elsewhere

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Writer; observer; sometimes doer. Fiat justitia ruat cælum. More at stephenmatlock.com Mostly off Medium now & writing elsewhere

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