“Racism is usually defined as views, practices and actions reflecting the belief that humanity is divided into distinct biological groups called races and that members of a certain race share certain attributes which make that group as a whole less desirable, more desirable, inferior or superior.”
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Being a citizen of the 21st century, I believe that each and every one of us has the right to be happy being ourselves, with the person that we love and being comfortable in your own skin despite of your gender preference. However, I believe that not everything that makes you happy should be done. We must still consider what is right and wrong.
We follow different ideology, different religions and beliefs which makes our opinion about this issue vary. In my case, I think that Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals shouldn’t be discriminated and should be accepted by the community.
On the other hand, I don’t agree to the changing of gender. This already is being ungrateful of what God gave us. We are changing what He gave us and who we are. We should be contented on how we are made by Him. I believe this process of gender changing can be caused by the discrimination of people around them. They may feel down about the things people say to them that’s why they want to change themselves.
Make your anger so expensive that no one can afford it and make your happiness so cheap that people can almost get it free.
"I never think of this book’s audience in terms of age. I honestly thought it wouldn’t have any audience at all, and that’s how it became the book it did. I thought, “No one’s going to read this, I might as well do exactly what I want.” I think that’s how I ended up keeping Death on the books, and every other oddity, from incorrect grammar to the small announcements appearing throughout the text. I stopped worrying about the audience and that has to happen with every book, I think. There’s a moment where you realize you’ve cared for the audience all this way, and you get a bit fed up, and finally say: “All right, I’ve helped you out this far, but now you have to come with me”. Ironically enough, I think that’s when your true audience starts to love a book the most—when you trust them enough to come with you anyway."