The Typically Stereotypical World

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Editorial and Opinion  |  House: Booksie Classic
Another succinct paragraph for my writing assignment on a topic that bugs me (The literal topic we had to base our paragraph on lol) which is the topic of stereotypes and their implications on society and people as a whole. Enjoy!!

Submitted: February 07, 2015

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Stereotypes in society is a lugubrious topic and one that inevitably has, does or will inhibit a part of all people’s judgment at some point. Unlike issues in the world that explicitly harm or affect people which are ephemeral or recognized as taboo as a result, this plagues people from the inside out. Whether it the root of acting in a colloquial manner or outright sycophantic, the stereotypical judgement is powered by ignorance and close mindedness. An idea is the most powerful weapon (that doesn’t always work for you as much as getting ahold of you)1, so when it is of a stereotype based on whatever rationale, it has the ability to obfuscate the possibility of genuinely salubrious unity of people as well as the person’s ability to be a good judge of character. As a part of the world’s inhabitants, out of our own hands, the topic of stereotypes is just is made all the more frustrating. When we recognize it as an epidemic cancer in the mind, it nonetheless cannot cease to exist entirely in our own no matter the effort made to recognize its negative role hypothetically.  

 


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