sure, but grappling with how to communicate about this stuff. I think real vs. fake is an important distinction in some cases.
We have to understand that the real v fake stuff is the materialistic model. Its not rational outside that model. Could you imagine raising kids with that kind of mentality? It might be rational but your kids would be screwed up badly. Even the saddest objections to Christmas magic fantasy - something we aliens find bizarrely American - is predicated on the sensed necessity to allow a child engagement with magic - even when it is thought utterly fake.
In a way I agree with you. Maybe we do need to highlight the real v fake in order to demonstrate, and communicate that it is really rubbish.