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So what do I see?

Well, I can’t really tell.

Is that blue? It looks more like grey, isn’t it? Oh wait. Is this a scene from the new movie of “Fifty Shades of Grey”? It could be. Could this be a teaser? I am sure the “Grey” man is right there–on the left– where the image was cut-off. Nah, this is unusually “vanilla” for the movie.

Wait! This must be a terrific allegory. Yes, of course. The ugly blue and grey tones definitely connote sadness. She is sad. Oh wow. I just went from BDSM to depression. Jeez. But I am sure this is a perfectly crafted message. She is blinded by her sadness. She is unable to see beyond her destructive inner sorrow.

Can I see a teaser from a sexually overt movie? Yes. Can I see a beautiful interpretation of depression? Yes. I can easily see a music video, a romantic proposal, a meditation exercise, a lesson in humanity, a cry to end global hatred and even a scene from “The Bachelorette”.

I was wrong. I can see. I can see way too much and it is making me uncomfortable. Why? That girl is telling me there is something I shouldn’t see. I’m sure I don’t want to see what she is covering her eyes from.

However, maybe I am seeing all of this wrong. Am I wrong? Is there is a chance that she’s about to see everything that I am seeing. The question is, what should she see? What do we want to show her about our world?

Vanilla?


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