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So, I did a peer review for a girl's essay today and her topic was "Can you find love online?". The first sentence of her essay says
"All of us want that special moment where we lock eyes with a beautiful stranger and fall madly in love." The last sentence in the essay says "Isn't finding love what everyone wants?" I have typed on the cover letter that not everyone experiences romantic love and I tried to present myself in an educational way. Based on this, would any of you find something like that invalidating? Tomorrow is the scheduled day for my class to share their feedback on the essays they were assigned to review and I plan to show her my thoughts. If anyone would like, I can update you on the results and her reaction.