Cons of Stereotypes
Why are we known for what we are and why aren’t we known for how we are.
“When people rely on surface appearances and false racial stereotypes, rather than in depth knowledge of others at the level of heart, mind, and spirit, really says something about our society”
Our minds are lacking a deeper feeling for a number of certain people who are not like us, but the opposite of us. There are a range of cultures in this world of ours, but people are much deeper than “Stereotypes”.
Stereotypes are not only an opinion of our cultures but are lies that are presented by fact. But if its a fact, then there no other options or opinions, just a closed door.
Letting a simple fact of one individual that has done wrong in your nationality, define you. Because of the conflicts between the colours and threats. Is not you but just one who did wrong.
Body #5 - The abilities it can do
The Cons of Stereotypes, not only has the power of destroying an idea of a person being but has the power to destroy dreams and lifetime goals to the incapable and the impossible. There will always be a negative side, but in this case, the negativity in stereotype has overtaken the positive side, there is no good in stereotypes, just faulty.
Body #6 - To stand out
We shouldn’t live up to our stereotypes, but we should live up to our virtues that we stand by or our mottos, even quotes, just something that we believe in. Our stereotype expectations shouldn’t hold us back.
We can each define ambition and progress for ourselves. The goal is work towards a world where expectations are not set by stereotypes to hold us back, but by our personal passion, talents and interest.
Body #7 -
The reason why I am against stereotypes, because it’s dull and frustrating and complicated. I don’t need a tape stuck to my head, written in words that is a description and insult to my people.
Body #8 - I dislike the way people make assumptions with no further information, preconceived opinion that is not based on reason or actual experience. We are all different, and that is what we should be known for, is our range of abilities and our specialty and flaws. But not by colour, race, nationality, religion and gender but for how we are..
Therefore, the message that I am indicating to is, do not become your stereotype or negative stereotype but become something more than your stereotype. Something that you believe in. Crossing the fine line or border, between failures and success.
So do not judge someone else by appearances or stereotype but how they are.
I try and not embrace our stereotypes and I do avoid it, because I don’t want anyone to tell me what I am that I'm not me .
Our goals should be to be ourselves, and to challenge our stereotype and to follow the rules, and to break them, and make new rules. Making a change for once and for all.