04-14-2011, 09:59 AM
"We have been raised in a society that taught us to think, since childhood, that being a mutant is the worst misfortune. Once those pwoers develop, we hate ourselves before anyone else even can shun us; it's been ground in to us. But must it be this way? Perhaps if more of us stood up to show the world that we mutants are still people with hopes and dreams, then maybe we can prevent the next generation from hating themselves as thoroughly as most mutants do currently. Despite any appearences to the contrary, be it odd hair or eyes, or even extra appendages, we're still human," Professor X said.