People bemoan our focus on external aspects of people that create divisions by race, gender, and weight gain, but they then use those same divisions to designate minorities.
Let's talk about the final minority: people who keep an eye on a grander vision of humanity. Quorthon was one. Varg was one. David Vincent was one, before he gave in to sodomy. Glen Benton was one, before he gave into cupcakes and beer. Obviously the guys from Massacra were, until they got run over by a speeding Renault. And then there's heroes from literature, like Josef Conrad, Thomas Stearns Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, William Burroughs, Thomas Hardy, Marcel Proust.... and from philosophy, our beloved Nietzsches and Platos and Aristotles and Kants and Schopenhauers.
In a world where just about everyone is focused on the karmic cycle:
1. Who am I
2. What can I consume
3. How important am I
4. How can I become more important
There are only a few thinking about the whole;
Only a few of those thinking about increasing the efficiency and design grace of the whole;
And only a few of those thinking about enhancing its overall beauty as a guide.
That's the final minority,and one we should celebrate here, instead of slighting so we can argue about whether Venom is more important than Bon Jovi (no).