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23rd Jun '16 7:05:19 PM DoctorTItanX
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* In the book series ''Literature/NotQuiteHuman'', Chip the android takes almost everything people say to him literally, has strange responses to common questions, and misinterprets simple commands at times. Despite this, and being in middle school (where real-life bullying is often at its worst), he is treated with a lot of respect and has a number of friends and even a girlfriend, all of whom don't suspect he's really a robot.

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* In the book series ''Literature/NotQuiteHuman'', Chip the android takes almost everything people say to him literally, has strange responses to common questions, and misinterprets simple commands at times. Despite this, and being in middle school (where real-life bullying is often at its worst), he is treated with a lot of genuine respect and has a number of friends and even a girlfriend, all of whom don't suspect he's really a robot.
11th Jun '16 6:20:26 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never nonfiction and never in their real world. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never nonfiction non-fictional media and never in their real world. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:50:12 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry i fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never nonfiction and never in their real world. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry i in fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never nonfiction and never in their real world. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:49:39 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in invented media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in invented i fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never nonfiction and never in reality.their real world. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:48:43 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional invented media (watching it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:26:22 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching in on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching in it on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:25:52 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and where discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with.with. Not only that, but the only way discrimination would exist if it's literally fictional, as in, the characters or individuals can only see racism and other forms of bigotry in fictional media (watching in on TV, reading comic books and stories, etc.), but never in reality. If that's the case, the other characters are [[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.
11th Jun '16 1:02:46 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. If that's the case, the other characters are ExceptionallyTolerant. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and discrimination is minimal, or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. If that's the case, the other characters are ExceptionallyTolerant.[[ExceptionallyTolerant unusually tolerant]]. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.



* Many examples of PoliticallyCorrectHistory are this. For example, racial tension that existed in real life in older time periods is sometimes not shown at all in stories that take place in those time periods.
** In Disney's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', set in 1920s New Orleans, black and white people get along a lot better than they did in real life at the time. Tiana is even good friends with a very rich white woman. Some elements of racial prejudice are hinted at, however, to avoid being totally unrealistic for the time period.

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* Many examples of PoliticallyCorrectHistory are this. For example, racial tension that existed in real life in older time periods is sometimes not shown at all nonexistent in stories that take place in those time periods.
** In Disney's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', set in 1920s New Orleans, black and white people get along a lot better than they did in original real life at the time. Tiana is even good friends with a very rich white woman. Some elements of racial prejudice are hinted at, however, to avoid being totally unrealistic for the time period.
11th Jun '16 12:58:53 PM DoctorTItanX
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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and discrimination is minimal, and even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. If that's the case, the other characters are ExceptionallyTolerant. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.

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But sometimes, the character lives in an unusual land where literally everyone is totally accepting, and discrimination is minimal, and or even nonexistent, as it never occurred in that reality or it has been permanently dealt with. If that's the case, the other characters are ExceptionallyTolerant. This is on the idealistic side of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism.



* On ''Series/TeenWolf'', homophobia is not only wholly absent from Beacon Hills High School, the students are visibly appalled when a teacher ''appears'' to express such an attitude (he wasn't).

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* On ''Series/TeenWolf'', homophobia is not only wholly absent from Beacon Hills High School, the students are genuinely and visibly appalled when a teacher ''appears'' to express such an attitude (he wasn't).
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