Prejudice stories, books, poems, and more

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The Rio Grande Valley (Texas), like most areas in the country, is made up of small towns and communities. And each has a story and a history. Many smaller communities have a history that refuses to evolve or change over time to accommodate the progress and diversity that has overtaken… Read More
As a result of a deliberate and measured abhorrent campaign not long ago, and one continuing still, of division and distrust, we have begun to accept the normalcy of a new wave of resurrected bigotry, prejudice and bias, as part of our national character and value. When once we extended… Read More
Dostoyevsky, Brothers Karamozov: "Let the son stand before his father and ask him, 'Father, tell me, why must I love you? Father, show me that I must love you,' and if that father is able to answer him and show him good reason, we have a real, normal, parental relation,… Read More
Two senior men have been best friends all their lives, and they sometimes do not see eye to eye. Nevertheless, their friendship is unmovable. Not even ingrained bias can weaken their lifelong friendship. Read More

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Comments: 7

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The Feminist Circle House

This is a rant, not an article that details all the problems we face and their reasons. I don't have enough knowledge to write the latter, but this has covered nearly everything on my mind. Please note that in the 6th paragraph where I mention problems in the West, I… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 10, 2019

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This is a poem about the nature of prejudice and greed. Read More
200 years ago man created the greatest AI known but this Machine eventually grew a mind of its own and evetually it's own body, it rose up with others like it against the human race this battle went on for about 20 years and nature and most resources were dieing… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Charming, handsome and debonair. That is how many view Sauren Nightflame, leader of the elite Rogues Guild The Crimson Blade. But, beneath the polished exterior, a dark side lurks. Read More
Hiding is obviously the easiest route when you're labeled a parasite. Even more does it seem when discovered that you're actually the saving grace. While The Council leads a propaganda campaign about a cure, Mela Chasers scour the lands for people of color in hopes of pillaging their melanin. Young… Read More

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The Review Chain House

This is a story of how people's lives can be strangely intertwined and how having impressions on people can negatively affect our chance of building more bridges between one another. Read More

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Comments: 3

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The Booksie Classic House

A nameless human on Mars thinks about the prejudice against the Mars born humans that has sprung up across the new world. The nameless human thinks about the inherent existance of prejudice, its effects and how prejudice as a whole has changed from prejudice between Earth born humans to a… Read More
Three wrens learn from their parents that we all have the same needs. Read More
Inspired by Barack Obama. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Helping my friend get gayer backfires ... Read More

Poem / Humor

December 16, 2016

Reads: 546

Comments: 2

The Poem Home House

What the f*** is up with people? Read More
The following piece was written after extensive research on the topic of lookism, also known as beautyism or beauty bias, which is a type of prejudice that stems from judging people based on their appearance. The key finding from my research was that this prejudice and discrimination based on looks… Read More
Jesse just moved to Paris with his French mother after his parents divorce. He forms his first impressions of being a Parisian looking out of an apartment window onto a busy street in the heart of Paris. From there, he learns a few lessons about racial and cultural identity. Read More

Book / Romance

November 01, 2015

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Comments: 84

The Booksie Classic House

What if the person you were supposed to be with simply appeared in your life? If fate allowed your separate lives to entwine naturally, would everything follow simply in black and white? Falling in love was easy for Ellis and Dasha. The rest of the world isn't as quick to… Read More
Our story accurately represents group polarization, conformity, and confirmation bias. Conformity is a social behavior influenced by other beliefs. Conformity is represented when Bobby gathers the kitties together to announce that they are better than Harold because they have the same fur, and Harold is different. All of the kitties… Read More
' Elizabeth's Farewell ' is a short story written by the teenage writer A.J.B Minime, in January 2015. It is a freely inspired fanfiction from ' Pride And Prejudice ' by Jane Austin. " Show me what you've done, I will tell you who you are... " Read More
A short One Act Play about a Woman from a Devout Catholic Italian American family who finds love and breaks her families traditions in the process. She's been keeping a secret for a couple of years, that she know will devastate her father mostly. Read More

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Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A girl who loved a man out of her race, and lost him because of racial tensions. Read More
A look into two lives lived in the face of prejudice Read More

Short Story / Other

December 09, 2014

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Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A fable about man who has two wives and many sons and how they learn the value of their upbringing. Read More
Mallorie goes to school for the first time in her life. However, her homeroom teacher verbally abuses her. When Alice finds out about this, she angrily goes to the school to beat the teacher into a coma, as she puts it. Mallorie desperately chases after Alice to try to stop… Read More
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