Sometimes the ways we humans have of separating ourselves into "us" or "them" seem endless. There are the obvious -- physical characteristics, race, age, etc. -- and the not-so-always-obvious -- religion, educational background, political philosophy, etc. -- and the sometimes-hidden -- sexual orientation, HIV or other medical status, financial status, etc. I could break it down to pet preference, sports team affiliation, even what you like on your pizza. The fact is that we, as a species, are widely varied in our plumage, habits, and habitats and yet we are also one big (dysfunctional) family.View Full Article
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