Where Is The Openmindedness?

I have never understood the rejection of certain people if society today, especially in this day in age. It always seems to be the same, Homosexuals, the Disabled, Religious people, but where does it stop?

I've always seen people as people, I see them for who they are not what they are, they are just as much a person as myself, so to reject them for any cause is ridiculous. I certainly wouldn't expect to be rejected because I have no religion or hang around with the gay community.

My opinion stands that I don't really have the right to reject anybody at all for whatever reason, they can only choose to reject themselves.
LauraNorder LauraNorder
22-25, F
3 Responses Aug 7, 2010

I don't like, I feel sorry for those that, I don't know why anyone would want to, If I looked like that I'd hate myself. The list goes on and on, it's too easy to make exceptions, to choose one over another. We all have our choices and they are ours to make. But at the same time, we could be a little kinder in the making of them. Society is such a horrible entity.

You know, it's the same, wherever you may go. There will always be someone rejected despite their not being a real bother to those around them. It's just the parameters that vary. Listen, just try not to do it yourself. Try not to reject someone because they're different. That's all any of us can do to affect the world in this respect.

So you don't even reject people who reject people even though you said you reject people who reject people?...*scratches head*