đŸ”— Liberating Our Homes From the Real Estate–Industrial Complex

The home is no longer seen as a space of personal expression or comfort, or as the backdrop of everyday life, but primarily as an investment and as an asset—meaning that enforcing one’s aesthetics is a financially detrimental decision. Those with the capital to become homeowners (already a diminishing segment of the public) conceive of their houses as being for selling before they even live a day in them.

Curating our personal space for hypothetical mass appeal is dumb and I want to be done with it.