Stereotype stories, books, poems, and more

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I wrote this. After my hiatus, I realized that I am under the non-binary umbrella of agender/neutrois. I'm not here to start who really belongs in the LGBT community, but to point out why this community must support one another. Read More

Book / True Confessions

October 05, 2015

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a true story, which I wrote to help inspire people to help the less fortunate. Everything I've written is from personal experience and has happened with in the last few weeks. Read More

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This is a true story of a person I know who had a lot of trouble when she was younger because of stereotypes and the colour of her hair. So I'm in year 12 and we are focusing on sensory imagery which is imagery portrayed by the description of what… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Having an opinion is not something to be frowned upon. Read More

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Almost everyday, I'm asked who I am, what I want to be and what I hope to accomplish in life. Next I'm either asked or put into these categories of personalities, none which I or anyone can perfectly fit. Read More

Book / Romance

December 01, 2012

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Comments: 43

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Garret Slater has it all. The looks, the money, and the girls beating down his door. He could have anything that he already doesn't... except for Aria Clark. She detests stereotypical guys like him, and has no time for boys in her already complicated life. Garret can't stand knowing that… Read More
This is a children's story that I had written for a Diversity in Education class a few years ago while I was in college.The inspiration was from my son's one-eyed pet mouse, named Marshmallow. This is a heart-warming story that children of all ages can relate to. Marshmallow is excited… Read More

Reads: 209

Comments: 13

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For submission into AliCat's competition: A look at the lives and habits of four university students. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 25, 2011

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Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

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Title says it all really Read More

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Would you like some... (holds up knife-woman screams) ...BUTTER!!! ...Why yes I would...yes I would... Read More
Sometimes we go throughout life confined by our own ethnic trace. Read More
This is a list of the eighteen species of Facebook users. These stereotypes are accounts of the types of people I have seen using Facebook in my experience with the website. I rated it "R" for the presence of language and mature themes, but I think this would be suitable… Read More

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Something I just wrote off the top of my head. Please comment, I'd like to know what you think. Enjoy! Read More

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A heartwarming story celebrating the triumph of spirit over the ravages of prejudice. Read More
my random thoughts (rant) on the word emo...PG because I used some swear words... IT'S REALLY RANDOM, i was just suddenly inspired by one of Jared Leto's blog posts. But please feel free to give feed backs Read More

Reads: 524

Comments: 18

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Something me and my friends have assembled, we will keep adding to it Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 15, 2010

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Comments: 2

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The Booksie Classic House

This is something I made up after something happened in class. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 29, 2010

Reads: 182

Comments: 6

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The Booksie Classic House

This goes out to all the Emos...It has a nice flow to it. Enjoy. Read More

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Comments: 4

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The Booksie Classic House

Im a teenager, and as such am one of the most pressurised, most discriminated against, and most misunderstood people on earth. This poem is me letting my feelings out, in a more jokey sort of poem rant, dont read it without a sense of humour, enjoy. Read More

Book / Gay and Lesbian

August 16, 2009

Reads: 768

Comments: 21

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Leonard Forrester is Nathan Greene's best friend. Nathan is impulsive and annoying, whereas Leonard is clean-cut and blunt. They are opposites... and opposites attract, don't they? Read More
How Fake I see Some People as...Stereotypical Read More

Tags: stereotype

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Comments: 3

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Melanie Flick is a vampire, or so she thinks, and when local indie-pop legend Spinal Ohm makes a visit to her high school she gets the feeling not all is as it seems... It's really not what you think. But what do you think? Do you want more of this,… Read More

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My experiment as an outsider. Read More

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A satire on the relationship between men and women and the stereotypes thereof. How men are usually sex driven and women usually not, and wanting something more. This story explores how absurd it seems if the mental/emotional position switches genders. Read More

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Comments: 1

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The Booksie Classic House

Pretty much just posted this randomly. I can't sleep, so this is what my thoughts went into. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 03, 2008

Reads: 150

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

i'm not what you say, or think i am, so talk about me all you want. your stereo types don't effect me. Read More

Tags: stereotype

Poem / Poetry

December 28, 2006

Reads: 285

Comments: 5

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Teenagers are lumped into one big stereotype after another: we're lazy; we have no ambition; we all watch MTV; we all think about sex...all the time. Why are we herded in this way? First of all, I fit none of these. Second of all, is it okay that I don't… Read More
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