They Say You Can't Get Fat on Love
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The following is a collection of fictitious short stories that challenge commonly-held biases by highlighting the harsh, abrupt crises that occur when characters learn what they believe to be true is erroneous. The creation of these individual worlds emphasizes the characters’ history, worldview, and indoctrination. This work aims to present a dilemma, or a type of mirror, in which a reader might see themselves. These tales do not attempt to provide a moral answer, nor do they make judgments against those characters that hold certain biases. Instead, these stories are a catalyst for questioning beliefs by considering their developmental roots.