Brave New World of Nuanced Genders and Binary Ideas; or: Fiddling with Roe v. Wade While Rome Burns

The streets of San Francisco are riddled with an estimated 8,000 homeless, ranging from the young who rejected or were rejected by their families; to vets so scarred they cannot rejoin the society they thought they went to war to protect; to the down-on-their luck or just plain not ready for real life. Within a week on the street, most who had not already been on drugs will have tried at least one; within weeks on the street the majority are addicted.
Across the country, the numbers of homeless are growing, estimated at 554,000 nationwide, despite a roaring economy.
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