Self-Defense in a World of Bots
Being attacked by a human man nowadays seems quaint.
Wait, do they have stomachs?
Was this its name?
A Bot could never have the compassion of a human politician,
Tracy is a writer living in Toronto and writing cultural commentary, essays, short fiction, poetry, and philosophy. She also blogs for Fit is a Feminist Issue. In 2017, she attended the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. She is also a facilitator with the Toronto Writer’s Collective, an organization that offers free writing workshops to unheard populations throughout the GTA. Tracy is currently completing her PhD in political philosophy.
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