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Mar. 8th, 2010

My issue about stereotypes is that they're narrow.

The thing that stereotypes don't take into consideration is the sheer individualism of the people in a group. You might find a few unifying characteristics, perhaps, but you'd be hard pressed to find a group that is so unified that they can be described by a few words alone. Stereotypes describe the image, the actions, the attitudes of a subset of a population--and then apply those labels to the rest of the population. Who cares if the subset is only two people and the whole population amounts to several hundred million people?

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