Do you ever find someone ugly? Do you label and judge people for their color, body and a little meat? Yes, we all do or did in amateur years. We are all remorseful of the sins in the past because we are “surprisingly” not born wise. We learn as life goes by. I found some people obnoxious and disgusting when I was made fun of in former years. I was scorned and umpired for my acne, weight and looks in the teenage that eventually led my silly mind to believe it is “tolerable” to judge and make fun of people. I have only grown up in a Gandhian nation but I don’t literally adhere to its principle of “Whoever hits you on the cheek, offer him the other also; and whoever takes away your coat, do not withhold your shirt from him either.” I think He has taken it from Bible or so I read somewhere but let us come back to humanly infantile.

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Adolescent hormones are too wild to show resistance to mockery and blatant burlesques. Teenage exemplifies a decisive stage in the development of positive or negative body image. Many inducements exist during the teen years including transitions that have an emotional impact on one’s body shape, weight status, and appearance. We all go through those phases of being judged and judging others based on outlandish standards. People give unsolicited advice for clearing up zits or covering them up, to lose weight to look like Victoria Secret models. And, your mind responds, “whadda fudding fudge”

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Now that I have thankfully and finally grown up sanely, I LOATHE the idea of judging people based on the color, race, religion, sexuality, or gender. I only judge people on whether or not they’re an asshole. It’s the same hate that has caused wars from Religion to gender and skin color. It’s the same fight that has led people to sit-ins and walk-outs.

I don’t like people being judged based on the color or texture of their skin.  I find that really offensive. This is mostly a common formulation engraved in our minds since childhood, we learn to judge people since childhood from home environment and society based on things that don’t even matter. Having Acne, bodily issues Isn’t Bad – But Why is our culture’s methodology to important issues so misguided?

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We all have been judged for our color, acne, weight, height and medical conditions at some or the other time. And, I never say it’s only the women that suffer; I think all of us are together in this, Children, Adults, and Animals and whoever.

Don’t you say hey that dog is chubby and wobbly so he is cute but if a dog is malnourished and sick then he apparently loses the rights to be cute? And, you don’t want to love it anymore. Let alone humans, even dogs are judged and what not, people would rather like to buy a handsome and healthy looking dog than taking care of just a dog. Dogs are Dogs. All of them are the cutest. Wow, look at my attention span. Where are we!!!

So, Kids nowadays are “told’, “taught” and “force-fed” that it’s “wrong to treat people differently for the color of their skin or by any other standard.” And that’s beautiful, but the same preachers don’t practice it in real life in front of the same children. And that is where we lack figures of examples. Do you know some cultures get angry at folks with bad skin because they equate breakouts with “sin”? Our microclimate keeps changing because of the racial divide and juvenile standards and it’s disturbing. I think the progress that we as a whole have made toward equality and justice is mildly superficial.

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Unfortunately, we still have people in the 21st century who believe they can label an entire group of people solely based on their designated race and lampooned standards. I don’t understand how people forget a simple fact like we all belong to the same human race and other arbitrary aspects (gender, religion, and sexuality are not under human control) are only going to destroy one another.

I don’t remember God giving me a multiple choice questionnaire to choose my religion, race, gender before he splashed me onto the face of the earth. It used to annoy the fuck out of me before but now I realize my energy can be directed toward more positive things. I refuse to fight with people over their invasive propagandist’s theories, judgments, and hatred. I fight with my do-gooding and actions, by not judging people based on substandard aspects.imageIt is extremely important to avoid judging people on something as arbitrary as color, acne, the texture of the skin, sexuality, religion, and gender. Rather judge them on their deeds, benevolence, and compassion because that is something they are in control of.

No matter what your racereligionsexual orientation, gender identity, sex, etc are, everyone should be treated equally as long as they are a fine ass human causing no harm to others.

 

8 thoughts on “An Equalist Society”

  1. A great post. Society tagging people and judging them from their point of view is the most disgusting thing. We should be open to people in accepting them irrespective of the things that you have mentioned. People call themselves educated but what is the purpose of that education if people can’t respect others. A good read 👍

    1. People in the society nowadays want to be accepted by everyone. Everyone longs to be accepted and loved while the same people want to accept none. The height of Hypocrisy in the world today!!! Thank you, Anish.I hope you have a wonderful day ahead.

  2. It should be some how part of education system starting at school level and that is how equality can be instilled in the minds of people. Btw good thoughts to share.

    1. I agree, our education system is flawed. Young minds need to be nurtured and enriched with practical knowledge rather than bookish. Thank you.

  3. And you need to change this “loveeyyy.wordpress.com” appearing with your name as appearing in notification, everytime i click it it says the page is no longer available and then i will have to click the post and so on to reach the post/blog.

  4. The world still has a long way to go before we leave our caveman ways behind. Education is a great way to address the issues around inequality, but I’m afraid we are still a long way off. Great post, Lovey.

    1. You summarized my post beautifully. Education is the movement from darkness to light. It is the key to half of the problems in the world. Thank you for stopping by.

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