They didn’t tell us.
Either forgot to, or they haven’t acknowledged this as well.

That, crowd
—besides having the ability of giving the sense of engagement and companionship—
also has the ability to create the feeling of… suffocation.

And I blame them for not telling us.

What if,
some people prone to experience the latter state more than the former?

What if,
certain people have rather tremendous demand of personal space compared to the rest?

…which lead us to draw ourselves from interacting with crowd–lest that it consumes our privacy?

And your haughty, unsympathetic mind makes you too inert to consider if there’s any irregular perceiving way like ours.

we remain freaks.

Well, thank you, sir.