I've been trying to get rid of the 'wall of separation' or whatever that appears to exist between me and a lot of people based on circumstance, like how I may struggle with talking to somebody cisgender who's also bisexual and dealing with depression because of that gap (or maybe, flipping it a bit around, talking to somebody transgender who's straight and content with life, or whatever). I think it's working. It's a matter of that you keep hammering upon the brick wall until, brick by brick crumbling gradually, it comes down at some point.
Same with that wall between me and those to whom, it seems, American society considers worthy of compassion and of being valid. All human beings deserve to be seen as good, equal, and free because that's how they inherently are, me included, and that's how it'll all eventually work out. Keep knocking out bricks.
I'm doing somewhat well today. Haven't quite slept that well, alas, and am still a bit depressive. At the same time, I'll manage. Have important appointments tomorrow as well as later in the week that I'm thinking about. What about you both?