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Have you ever been around someone that is so judgmental of other you wonder what makes them that way? You know they’re a good person, but maybe they don’t realize how crucial of other’s they are being all the time. Just because someone looks different from you and I, does not mean that they are a bad person or a slob. That person that you were so judgmental about could be the one saving your life one day. Most people I know today don’t really care to be the center of attention. They avoid that awkwardness of walking into a public place sticking out like a sore thumb at every extent. There is a stigma that people should look some certain way and if they don’t they are lower on the social totem pole than others. Say you’re in a bank and you see a man walk in he is in a suit, well shaved, and his hair combed back you would assume he is a business man at the bank no one would give him a second glance. Then comes in a man covered in tattoos, has cut off shirt, stained pair of jeans, just a rough around the edges looking man, some may think he was going to stick up the place and no one would take their eyes off of him. The truth of the matter is the guy you thought was going to rob the bank may have just left a 12-hour shift saving lives as a firefighter and the guy…show more content…
In the essay “Why Looks are the Last Bastion of Discrimination” it’s says; “Conventional wisdom holds that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but most beholders tend to agree on what is beautiful” (203). This is a very true and powerful statement. Beauty is dictated under many circumstance’s some good some bad. In turns I feel you shouldn’t be so quick to judege someone on how they look on the outside but they person whom they are on the
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