What if there were no secrets? What if I knew you and you knew me? What if the world were free from the constraints of these invisible, opaque walls that isolate us? To love and feel love in the presence of strangers — what a wonderfully tumultuous world that would be.
What if no one raised their own child? What if, instead of fostering one’s own brood, each parent, each couple, was given a different baby, a random baby, a giggly little maternity-ward-roll-of-the-dice? More simply put: what if everyone was adopted?
WILL KITSON is Managing Editor of Seymour Magazine. Will holds a Masters in English Literature from King’s College London, prior to which he earned a BA in Creative Writing (with Honours) from the University of Greenwich. Previous to his post at Seymour Magazine, Will has worked as a Reviewer, Copy Editor and Editorial Assistant/Arts Administrator at A Younger Theatre, Blake […]
Much of how we envision these eschatological end times is informed by sensational popular culture: harrowing images of the apocalypse, fire and brimstone as Jesus rides a flaming Harley Davidson out of the heavens to smite sinners with lightening bolts while raptured friends and family evaporate and leave us behind. This is a load of crap.