one type of person that seems to always be at a reading is 'political question male.' there's always a male who, if given the chance to ask the reader(s) questions, will ask political questions in a way such that he tries to make what you've read a 'true' or 'false' statement based on vague/abstract political ideas, such that he puts the reader(s) in a position of having to defend the creative writing they've done, as though it were about to be law the next day. the motive of 'political question male' is not to genuinely find out what you think, or test his own ideas, but simply to display himself in front of others, in an effort to find out who's 'right' and who's 'wrong.' be prepared friends, for 'political question male' is a worthy foe, and will stop at nothing to try and prove how the story you just read will not be politically viable in ruling a nation. bonus identification tip: he will often be wearing a blazer with jeans, and have some sort of backpack/bag. also, remember that to 'political question male' politics isn't something universal, something that is a part of every moment of every person's life, but instead, a set of carefully read texts and ideas.