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It’s a strange, lonely world when you’re anti-euthanasia from experience

30 June 2019

2:31 PM

30 June 2019

2:31 PM

Being anti-euthanasia is most similar to being an outcast kid.  Not only is one mocked, shamed and personally attacked.  One is shut down and insolently dismissed.

In the past two weeks I’ve written two columns about my anti-euthanasia stance; one for Quadrant and the other for News Corps Rendezview site.

Instead of empathising with my ‘lived’ experience, the public decided to ‘school’ me in the logistics of euthanasia because I’m obviously too stupid — to understand my own experience and have learned from that.

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