The art of self-ownership.
Who owns me? It may sound like a strange question… but really...
Can anyone own me? Can an entity own me and my life decisions?
Can I even own myself?
Self-ownership implies that a person owns themselves but it is not meant in a way that degrades someone to some sort of property. After all, and you are not furniture. Self-ownership is declared as a moral or natural right of a person to be the sole and independent controller of his own body, life, and choices.
Self-ownership signifies that a person has an exclusive right to make their own choices and embrace their own values (within the field of their own rights) and act upon them.
Self-ownership is the right to live for one's own purpose and have no obligations independent of a contract. Your geographical location at birth is not evidence of a contract.
No human/agency/corporation may employ violence or physical force to coerce us to perform a duty.
The attitudes of others may hold us accountable by disapproving or withdrawing friendship, partnership, or business but we should not be subjected to physical force or violence.
The State does not own us, society does not own us, and no government owns us - we own our lives, our choices, and our decisions. It is time we started acting like it.