We’re Gonna End Up Killing Each Other

Jonathan Morris Schwartz
5 min readApr 14, 2022

God, guns, sexuality, equal rights, race, money, power, and sex are dividing us to the point of no return

Photo by Brandon Mowinkel on Unsplash

A bottle in one hand; porn in the other

Find me a 7 or 8-year-old with a smartphone who hasn’t “accidentally” stumbled upon porn. Find me a 9-year-old who doesn’t know what Cardi B means by wet ass pussy?

Heck, find me a 5-year-old who doesn’t ask provocative, sexually-oriented questions?

Well, that just makes the point, you say, for why teachers should avoid all discussion, of even the most benign nature when it comes to sexuality?

Yes and No.


Whether we like it or not, our popular culture through social media has far exceeded anyone’s ability to shield children from sexualization until their adults.

Students who have feelings related to lesbianism, homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgenderism need to be able to discuss them with someone. Their parents are the ones they should be able to talk about these feelings and issues with, you say? What if their parents have made it clear that any lifestyle other than being straight is inferior…or is against their religion?

They should go talk to their guidance counselor…nope…they can be sued too. How about their priest or pastor? Their cashier at the grocery store? Strangers? The internet?

We can make teachers the scapegoats, but at some point, there won’t be anyone left who is neutral enough to satisfy the requirements of the profession. We’ll all be homeschooling — which for many is perfectly fine.


I grew up without guns. But I’ve lived in central Florida for the past 28 years and I’ve since taken a course to get a concealed weapons permit and own a gun.

Many of my friends have dozens of guns. Their eyes light up when they talk about it. Under truth serum, they might accidentally admit they love their guns more than their wives.

We’ve hit a point of such immense gun saturation, that it is too late to try to pass any meaningful gun control. We could pass laws but we’re never going to confiscate guns on a mass scale and that’s the only…

Jonathan Morris Schwartz

Jonathan Morris Schwartz is a speech language pathologist living in Ocala, Florida writing about love, politics, philosophy, and consciousness.