2/11/2021, 6 p.m.
For a year now, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused grievous conditions throughout our world.
COVID-19 does not consider race, age, gender, occupation, privileged or poor when quashing our normal way of life.
Since COVID-19 shows no favoritism to anyone as it inflicts its virus, once our world learns that same tolerance, it could mean complete equality for everyone.
While equality for everyone is awesome, doesn’t it appear sometimes that once it begins to feel inconvenient, a double-standard emerges? For instance, the men-only pamphlets picked up at the U.S. Post Office for draft registration of males who are turning 18.
Since President Biden has overturned the ban on transgender people serving in the military, it should provide opportunity to mandate law for draft registration of women who are turning 18.
As we eliminate whites-only signs, all of our oppressive and demeaning signage should be removed as an equiponderate.
Symptoms of COVID-19 are truly grim nowadays. However, once we overcome the pandemic struggle, and if we can learn how to accept each other, then we master our greatest knowledge—life without prejudice.