An Amygdala
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An Amygdala

You Can Keep Your Uncomfortable Pants, Thanks.

I’m all set with these leggings

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My aversion started when I was young.

Since I can remember, I have valued comfort in clothing above all else. My mother would often sigh in exasperation and say I inherited this trait from my grandmother as she dressed me up in “frocks.”




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