Why do taboos exist? Because they are too difficult or perhaps too disgusting to discuss – we fear them, we don’t have easy answers for them, and we wish they would go away. We may or may not be able to prevent them happening, but at least we can avoid discussing them. They are real and significant, and we may think we can do nothing about them, so we bury our heads in our hands or in the proverbial sand, and refuse to acknowledge them.
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