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Bigots and haters are perpetually naked.

by L2L3 on December 27, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I am continually perplexed, amused and dismayed, sometimes simultaneously, at the things people reveal about themselves, even here. We all have our prejudices, whether of the classic or quirky variety. I believe that many of us strive to be fair and accepting of others. I also believe that some of us are completely unaware of our opinions that by any other name are bigotry and prejudice. That and the spectrum of anonymity offered by the internet are the only explanations I can imagine for some of the statements I read. Like the famous emperor, they have no clothes.

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