My hair is blonde but my beard is red. It's like fishing with dynamite.
You're just living the dream.
My hair is a chestnut shade with a lot of red (naturally). My dad also has a red beard/mustache but very dark brown hair. My son has an almost unhealthy obsession with redheads. He watched so much of the Canadian womens' curling it made me wonder but now I know why.
I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.
Since we are taught that discrimination is "wrong" (due to the consequences, rather than the ideology of said discrimination) it is now only socially acceptable to discriminate against those who are not perceived to be significantly disadvantaged by it.
This idea is very intriguing to me. Could you provide further explaination or other examples where you perceive this happens?
^ Yep. I was thinking asylum seekers, or just immigrants in general, too. Then there is gang culture, ghetto culture, and so on. In Scotland and N.I there is Catholic vs. Protestant tension, but they are united by a shared hatred of the English. Sometimes the only thing that unites a group of people is who their enemies are.
Humans are essentially tribal primates.
Originally Posted by Ivy
Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.