History Analysis / SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX

21st May '16 5:16:02 AM Wardog
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3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{Boomerang Bigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")

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3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{Boomerang Bigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")it?")
*"the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping". I can't keep up with what is acceptable these days. I thought ''not'' thinking of someone as X was prejudiced now.
21st Mar '16 3:36:24 AM Medinoc
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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him). Another way to say it is "Xism is how you treat people ''not'' in your circle of friends."

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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him). Another way to say it is "Xism is how you treat react to people ''not'' in your circle of friends."
21st Mar '16 3:34:33 AM Medinoc
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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him). Another way to say it is "Xism is how you treat people ''not'' in your circle of friends).

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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him). Another way to say it is "Xism is how you treat people ''not'' in your circle of friends).
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21st Mar '16 3:34:16 AM Medinoc
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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him).

3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{Boomerang Bigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")

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2) The belief that the minority friends are the "exception" to the person's prejudices, making it open season on everyone else in the group for not holding up to his ideals (ie, not being just like him).

him). Another way to say it is "Xism is how you treat people ''not'' in your circle of friends).

3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{Boomerang Bigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")
5th Feb '12 11:48:50 PM TwoDollarBill
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3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{BoomerangBigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")

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3) More fundamentally, friendship does not guarantee an absence of prejudice, and the very act of thinking of someone not as your friend Bob or Alice, but as your [insert group name here] friend Bob or Alice, suggests bias and stereotyping. This may not apply if you find yourself faced with a group from a PlanetOfHats, but PlanetOfHats is itself a trope that relies on stereotyping, as in a lack of individual and other variety within a group. By extension, there is the worry that this trope is a way of claiming NWordPrivileges by proxy, and the user may even use a form of proxy {{BoomerangBigot}}ry {{Boomerang Bigot}}ry to this end ("SomeOfMyBestFriendsAreX, and ''they'' think that their group have these faults, too, so why can't ''I'' say it?")
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