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What Do You Advocate For?

A Counter Arts prompt for the Equality Tab.

Henri Rousseau’s The Sleeping Gypsy (La Bohémienne endormie) (1897)

Meaning — the subtitle — , that if you decide to participate and respond to this prompt, you are invited to use “Equality” as one of your tags. Yes, even if equality doesn’t fit your theme perfectly. Why? Because it will place your story in the Equality tab. Why deny yourself some time on the mantle?




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