What does it mean to be at War?
To be at war with another / or with oneself.
Racial / Gender / Cultural / Environmental War.
War of Values / of Words.
War against Bodies / against Sexuality / against Civil Liberties / against Human Rights / against Self-Expression.
War with one's identity / within one’s family / within one’s community.
War with another country / within one’s own country.
The weapons of fear. The weapons of mass destruction.
The weapons of shame. The weapons of self-loathing.
The violence of hate. The violence of righteousness. The violence of intolerance.
The violence of ignorance. The violence of transformation.
The destruction of cultures. The destruction of community. The destruction of self.
The atrocities of war. The cancer of apathy.