Prejudice stories, books, poems, and more

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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

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Inspired by Barack Obama. Read More
Helping my friend get gayer backfires ... Read More

Poem / Humor

December 16, 2016

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What the f*** is up with people? Read More

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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 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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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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A girl who loved a man out of her race, and lost him because of racial tensions. Read More

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A look into two lives lived in the face of prejudice Read More

Short Story / Other

December 09, 2014

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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
Have you ever decided not to like someone because of your own personal beliefs? Have you ever tried to lump someone into a group without knowing them? Sometimes these can be things like: "all girls are the same" or "nice guys finish last" Sometimes, these beliefs can lead to life-altering… Read More

Book / Other

April 01, 2014

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Natural genetic evolution is on the rise, and dividing society by blood status and purity. Katie Pierce and Adair Rose come from conflicting worlds, political ideals and social prejudice. Katie is a Divitiae – a person with desirable blood – and the oldest of her kind. Adair’s father, Senator Rose,… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 20, 2013

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The author of the award-winning collection 'Ybo' and Other Lies' as well as of 'The Mariner's Inferno' and 'The Labyrinth of Grammar', Adriano Bulla, soon to publish a spiritual novel, 'The Road to London', is currently working on a collaboration with poetess Annie Hayter to write a series of poems… Read More

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The first book in the Magnum Opus series, telling the stories of the 3 males and 3 females that change the new human race forever. Read More

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For a six year old, nothing can be so painful as discovering that being Mexican is apparently something she should be ashamed of. Her family encounters prejudice in the new town where her father has been sent to serve in the Spanish ministry, but instead of defeat her parents, through… Read More

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This poem shows the view point from the perspective of a black child in times of severe racism and oppression. Through his words we see the world of history, where people were made to suffer just because of their skin colour. The poem is set in the mid 1900's where… Read More

Short Story / Memoir

December 18, 2012

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A young man in 1930 Germany struggles in life with the rise of the Nazi party, and must deal with his wife as she is hiding a dark secret. Read More

Book / Romance

December 10, 2012

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Ella Deramore is a rich girl. Jude Reilly a poor boy. She lives in a mansion. He lives in a caravan. She wears designer dresses. He wears holey jeans and hoodies. She’s cool. Together. He’s messed up. They’re so different. Their families hate each other. Yet when the two meet… Read More
My first novel was published February of last year - DARCY AND FITZTWILLIAM - which is a continuation of Jane Austen's wonderful PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. The publisher informed me that the original book was way too long and had me eliminate that last section involving Mr. Darcy's sister, Georgiana. Characters… Read More

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I may be alone in this, however I have always wished for a novel that was Pride and Prejudice's lesbian equivalent. As I update this story, I am sure it will be obvious where it is heading. This is not something I have ever intended to conceal, as everyone knows… Read More

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The breed Pit Bull is sadly discriminated against. While not everyone in the world is against them, millions around the world still are and, in many places, the breed is banned. As Cesar Millan says, people should "Judge the deed, not the breed." I pray that one day people who… Read More

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A cruel voyeur gets his kicks at a train station. Read More
What happens when a Nazi falls in love with A Jew? Read More

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