F.R.E.E.D. focuses on structure as well as content.

It is funny what we take for granted. 

For centuries.

Such as in storytelling.

It is strictly Patriarchal, and all about the One.

It is binary. Good guy and bad guy.

Except tell me which side sees themselves as the Bad Guy.

So why get dragged in when it is more likely both sides could be Good Guys or Bad Guys?

Or just a bunch people who have no idea that their lofty self-perceptions is not actually reality.

They are just people. Not good or bad. They aren't superheroes. Just people.

So why do we insist on indulging narratives when they get us more divided and further away from the truth?

It is just a bad an unnatural habit because our stories constrict our thinking?

F.R.E.E.D. takes a different track.

Content is important.

But so is structure.

F.R.E.E.D. uses more than one structure, but the core is Matriarchal.

Do not confine people in labels, not even the ones they want to identify with -- people are people. Their labels are their shortcuts and conveniences, not reality.

Labels shift and change, and over time, sound increasingly ridiculous because reality has changed.

There is no Us Versus Them.

Just Us Versus Us.

F.RE.E.D. does not play on a rigged board. It exposes the rigs to find reality and the truth...