In this article, Aprajitakaushik stresses the fear of living behind your true self. She quotes in this article, “It’s hard to be who you are even when you know you might be walked upon. But then, is it really worth living in that fear? ”. Most people living in the world today continue to hide themselves and fulfills to government uniform expectations because they are scared to be “walked upon” by others. In the story of Harrison Bergeron, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr, emphasizes the government statistics in the story, “He was required by law to wear it at all times”. Though George, in this story had extrodinary intelligence, he was still forced to hide his true self and individuality. To conclude, in both of these articles, false identity is explained greatly and these facts show how despairing it is to live in a world with no individuality.