That being said, the impulse toward seclusion and privacy makes Miller skeptical. Shame surrounding exposing our body is a cultural thing, and in my case the military jars you into a very different culture. So they can dip their toe into that pool, so to speak, without having any kind of complicated thoughts about their identity. So where did this generational divide come from, and is it really as stark as it seems? Quinn Myers is a staff writer at MEL. But it should also be about opening to what you can talk about, what you can say, what you feel free about. The whole thing is just hard for me to accept.
Carolyn. Age: 25.
Shame surrounding exposing our body is a cultural thing, and in my case the military jars you into a very different culture.
Grace. Age: 20.
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