I love Andrew W.K.
I love his wardrobe.
I love “Party Hard.”
I love when he’s on “Red Eye.”
Now I also love him for this very mature, nonpolitical response which appeared in his Village Voice advice column to a guy who was angry about his “right-wing conservative” dad:
When we lump people into groups, quickly label them, and assume we know everything about them and their life based on a perceived world view, how they look, where they come from, etc., we are not behaving as full human beings. When we truly believe that some people are monsters, that they fundamentally are less human than we are, and that they deserve to have less than we do, we ourselves become the monsters.