Everyone’s a potential perpetrator too. It doesn’t have to be about gender or race; it can be what you might unknowingly infer about someone with a certain height or build or hairstyle or lifestyle or tattoo.
“You Don’t Look Like a ________.”
Braveen Kumar
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I really enjoyed reading this essay, but particularly this part of it. People get hung up on a certain issue like gender bias or racism, and forget that everybody has biases of one sort or another, everyone’s been a victim of somebody else’s bias at one point. I’ve gotten grief simply because I don’t eat pork products. So thanks for the reminder of that, and thanks for your excellent writing!

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