A life longer than miniskirts
Counselors and public defenders will litigate that youth is a public right, and age is a public nuisance. Demographics will hardly disagree, and humans resort to shocking acts of behavior to conceal evidence. As children, when parents needed leverage in setting the maturity example, we were told to “grow up” and “act our age.” Yet as adults, we seem to want to put the car in reverse at full speed, even if it risks blowing out the transmission. European and Asian cultures have embraced age, viewing it as wine that ages with a flavor of sophisticated nuance that only betters with time.