I would be greatful if I could find places for tender death, where I will be revered for that deed, not taking trouble words from the mass to curse my right for any reasons. We all have rights but some restrainted provisions those are cause we draw lines on some deeply buried truths.
The fictional booth, "There a painless death awaits him who can no longer bear the sorrows of this life." It's a gentle one, the suitor and I am sure about it because I'm a believer of my damn rights. Who cares whether it's gives a painless pain or something else since it beyonds my rules.