Is it still worth using our voice when it seems like no one is listening?
The Toronto Star is a known pro-statist/"communist"/Big-Brother rag - it's predictable that they'll censor and gaslight and attack anyone who threatens their ill-gotten $$$. (Don't expect a man to change his opinion if his income depends on it not changing, something like that.)
As for listening to other people, meh, it does get repetitive and boring pretty quickly. Most of our fellow citizens want to violently enslave us, and use synonyms to cover that crime up :P :S.
I love how well you articulate your unique voice, Sarah! And how brave & determined you are to be honest & upfront. So in answer to the question at the top of your post, Yes!!! It is still worth using your voice. In these days of utter madness, it's almost the only sane thing left to do!
Thanks for sharing, Sarah. If you change one person’s perspective, you have changed the world. Popularity contests, like elections, are usually based on mass formation.
thank you for sharing this! I want to pass along a reminder I saw from someone*, that we never know who's listening, even presence and observing is participating. And even if no one is.. self expression is still really important!! *Paraphrased from this business-related post https://www.instagram.com/p/CrbDaGWAAc5/