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Sep 12 2019

New iPhone Oppresses Victims of Trypophobia

In a politically correct society, to have a defect is to have power over others. This incentivizes people to come forth with defects we never would have imagined. A new iPhone has three lenses. This oppresses those blessed with a defect called trypophobia, which is defined at Healthline as “a fear or disgust of closely-packed holes.”

Via Greenwich Time:

[S]elf-described sufferers and some researchers claim the images can evoke a strong emotional response and induce itching, goose bumps, and even nausea and vomiting.

Apple’s lawyers had better brace themselves for a wave of lawsuits by people claiming the phones cause itching and vomiting.

Alternatively, Apple may drop the three lenses in the future. Better that costumers should make due with inferior cameras than people indulging in a defect feel themselves to be oppressed.

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