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By Charlotte Jayne
Ever considered the alternative? Is this a nation of freedom and choice?
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and...
My bullying ordeal WARNING: Ver enmotional!
By Spirit Roc
The hate in diference :(
If you are reading this, then I am....
I always used to think I was weird because not a lot of people liked me when I was little and I was often alone. I was bullied because of how I looked and acted. I thought I had a problem with making friends. The people that kept me happy were the only true friends I had. Not friendships based...
Short Story | Updated Nov 27, 2008 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 3
By Me Against The World
Written by Itsuwari, whose poetry over the couple years I have read has been amazing. This poem is a little close to my hear, so it wound up here. Enjoy! ^.^
To those who know the meaning, I am sincerely sorry. For those who see the meaning, I hope you enjoy. Feel free to comment or critique, or what have you.
This poem is for all of you that may sometimes Involuntarily judge someone on their looks, origin, or even beliefs. Trust me, i've been there. After all, we're just human. By the way, i'm Asian. Hope you guys don't mind!
this is the same as the other story that i have posted on my site, but some how it missed up and it wouldn't let me add chapters to it or delete it, so im posting it again.
this is story about 17 year old anthony who lives in poverty, and he had just came out to his mom. His sister Anna treats...
everyone is the same.
By Matt Bassette
This is less on discrimination, but more on unfair treatment of minors. "You are one" does not apply as a bias point here, because I'd feel the same way if I was 25. I did not write this for school, I did it because I was trying to make a point.
Essay | Updated Jun 5, 2008 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This is a short story I wrote a while ago. It's about a girl living in Shanghai, China who is pressured by her parents to go through limb-lengthening surgery. In China at the moment, this surgery has become very popular because the tall people are favored in the country. Because of this, the...
What going to a hick town high school was like, from the view of an out lesbian.