Women loses all fear when part of her brain is removed.
So we have a part of our brain that regulates fear. Without it we are so unafraid that we don't even know when to be afraid.
We might not be frightened of the country going into unimaginable debt by giving more and more benefits to the ultra rich. We might not be afraid of candidates who believe the Civil Rights Act should be repealed. Just think of all the things we would not be scared of?
"In small doses, fear is a good thing -- it keeps us alive," Izquierdo said.
Perhaps enough fear of those who cast this nation in a squall of division and terror is helpful, and less fear of those who simply celebrate diversity would be divine.