FEAR of work and or fear of living? Are the masks making US fearful?

According to Wikipedia: Ergophobia, ergasiophobia or ponophobia is an abnormal and persistent fear of work (manual labor, non-manual labor, etc.) or fear of finding employment. It may be a form of social phobia or performance anxiety. People with ergophobia experience undue anxiety about the workplace environment even though they realize their fear is irrational. Their fear may actually be a combination of fears, such as fear of failing at assigned tasks, speaking before groups at work (both of which are types of performance anxiety), socializing with co-workers (a type of social phobia), and other fears …”

boxpolls.com the asks which fears REALLY count the most?1. In spiders and big snakes the “fear of not having sex or being eaten by female? 2. “In the pride,”the right to sex and a family or being a beaten out cast male lion on the run? 3. In the USA, why should greedy lawyers have the right to send, out of 100 sent to prison, 93 males? Should lawyers steal a man’s money and women to make slaves out of men? Is that freedom or slavery?

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