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RE: generalized groups /Re: [atheists-8] Christian Fundamentalism & The Current State of the Union?

From: C.J.
Sent on: Saturday, October 18, 2008 1:13 PM

Totally agree but you are talking about facts and I am talking about prejudicial generalizations.


Yes Blacks have more melanin and so are darker, women have ovaries and vagina’s and therefore have children, and gays are attracted to the same sex, by definition; this is all known and this is all undisputable fact…


But are all blacks are “lazy,” all women “irrational”,  all gays “elitist,” all Christians “hateful hypocrites,”  all atheists “Christians haters” etc. etc.


The answer is no; but people often lump them into groups like this anyway.


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