It’s not just about education, decent fresh produce and healthy food can be expensive and hard to come by, especially if you don’t have a car. This is particularly bad in the US based on what I’ve read and my brief visit there. The cereal aisle in Kroger’s was deeply disturbing and it was very hard to find anything that didn’t contain sugar, and the contrast when I found a “healthy” supermarket was striking.
Also, not a criticism but an addition: finding energy and ingredients to cook is even harder when you’re disabled and have food restrictions. I eat a lot of cereal (thus my issue with US cereal aisle :))
(Why yes, I am experimenting with the “read more” tag. Unsuccessfully it would seem :/)
I really don’t understand why it’s so difficult to understand why those in poverty don’t make nutrition their first priority.
I recall reading years and years ago that apparently people who live sans artificial light end up defaulting to a sleep cycle where they naturally wake up after a few hours, spend a while awake, and then go back to sleep.
This makes me want to cry
“No government has the right to tell its’ citizens when or whom to love. The only queer people are those who don’t love anybody.” —Rita Mae Brown
Marriage and love are separate issues. By denying marriage, government is certainly not barring the feeling or expression of love. However, it IS creating an unfair and unsupportable dichotomy in terms of which groups of otherwise emancipated adults are allowed to enter into a particular kind of contract. Which is why denying homosexual marriage is total bullshit.