On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 11:13:06AM +0200, Richard Hartmann wrote:
> * white (for the sake of this discussion; don't get me started on how
> scientifically _wrong_ the notion of humans "races" and "colour" are)
Indeed - "black", "white" are mere (inacurate) descriptions of appearance
and do not make any reference to the fact there is but one human genome.
> * male
> * in my thirties
> * heterosexual
> * financially stable
> * tall
> * able-bodied
> * able-minded
> * living in a country with a reasonably good economy
Ahh see there lies the problem. You are clearly not allowed to make
> Unless my logic fails me, I can not see how this is not discriminating
> against me. The implied assumption seems to be that I am better off
> than most and thus need to take more and/or am required to have a
> thicker skin.
Yes. That sounds like descrimination.
A similar problem exists in the UK now. It seems that in the name of
tollerance you must be allowed to say just about anything you want
about anything, unless you are a Christian and then you are not
allowed to have or voice an opinion. On anything. Weird world.
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