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Desiring fat people is something deviant to be hidden, to find shame in, to closet.
SUCH A PRETTY FACEAUBREY GORDONFEBRUARY 26, 2021VOX
Brennan accused the three of causing riots, called them “deviants” and rode off down the trail, according to Lopez’s affidavit.
Rick Zbur, Equality California’s executive director, said it’s been common throughout the struggle for LGBTQ rights for opponents to advance a narrative that LGBTQ individuals are deviants or predators.
While not binding people as tightly as imagistic rituals, doctrinal rituals enable group members to both identify those in their larger group and spot and police social deviants, Whitehouse says.
Under the circumstances, deviant behavior could not be tolerated.
Another deviant, already tried and found guilty, was ready to be exiled from Earth and imprisoned on one of the Penal Asteroids.
THE PENAL CLUSTERIVAR JORGENSEN (AKA RANDALL GARRETT)
It smelled the outpouring of certain glands, tasted a deviant brain wave.
WATCHBIRDROBERT SHECKLEY
When a person is judged by social standards to be deviant and even evil, however, it is difficult to summon caring.
People whose greatest crime might have been lack of enthusiasm feared that they might be suspected of deviant political beliefs.
AREA HANDBOOK FOR ROMANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE, DONALD W. BERNIER, LYLE E. BRENNEMAN, WILLIAM GILOANE, JAMES M. MOORE, AND NEDA A. WALPOLE
It became official record, and my experience was the deviant.
WHAT NEED OF MAN?HAROLD CALIN

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