Jayasala, the other side of the coin is still discrete and not tricky to perceive, so the apt figurative in this case could be the "embedded" side of the coin like the spinning dancer, also known as the silhouette illusion, designed by Nobuyuki Kayahara. Why? The sight of a dominating perspective diminishes the other. Both co-exist. Intriguingly, challenging to uphold both the visions as one takes prominence the other fades away. (Is she spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise?) These hot-button topics are like those optical spinners challenging to demonstrate the other and messier side in the same representation. I understand that your post is to be mindful of that "embedded" fallout. Within the clockwise empowerment is ensconced the anti-clockwise exploit. However, akin to the beguiling spinner, the articulation of a chosen percept is considered as the trivializing of other's sidedness. (I see it clockwise! But I am trying to say that anti-clockwise also exists! But it is mostly c/w. But within it is a/c/w) You, a blogger in your advancing years, and I, an eccentric contributor, have little to lose in reputational crisis in our online discretion. Just wanted to tell you ..intrepid of you to write about the sides less talked of along the roads less taken. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.