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It comes from EVERYONE. by World-Hero21 It comes from EVERYONE. by World-Hero21
...Not just whites. Or heterosexuals.

Hatred is everywhere and it can come from everyone. It can take the form of sexism, racism, discrimination, homophobia, harassment, etc.
You can be black, white, LGBT, cis-gender, straight, male, female, neither, asexual, pansexual...Asian, American, Mexican, British, Russian, Indian, Hispanic, Latino, Italian, French, German, Polish, Norwegian, Swedish, Irish, Canadian, African, Egyptian...Catholic, Christian, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Muslim, Jewish, Evangelist, Mormon, Atheist, Agnostic, etc...It doesn't matter where you're from, who you are, what faith, ethnicity, or nationality you belong to. Pretty much everyone is prejudicial about something or someone. You may not even realize it, but it's there.

• You can be black and be racist to whites.
• You can be gay and discriminate heteros.
• You can be trans and discriminate cis people.
• You can be asexual and discriminate sexual people. (I've actually experienced that already.)
• You can be female and be sexist to males. (Radfems/misandrists)
• You can be Christian and be prejudiced of other religions.
• You can be elderly and hate people who are young.
• You can be obese and hate people for being thin.
• You can be disabled and hate people who are able-bodied.
• You can be a virgin and hate people for being non-virgins. (Same experience as someone discriminating sexual people.)
• You can even be a prostitute and hate people for being committed to one person.

Seriously, everyone who's human is capable of showing or using hatred in any form. Because it's natural and it's part of being human. So don't tell me that there's no such thing as cisphobia, misandry, heterophobia or racism against white people.
Yes, even LGBTs can be discriminative...Ever heard of the label "cishets" used describe those who identify with the gender they were born with, otherwise known as "cis-gender"? I've even seen "cishets" being used derogatorily.

When you start hating someone for having a certain trait or feature, you make that hatred real.

It's really hypocritical to be mad at someone for being male...and then turn around and say that "MISANDRY DOESN'T EXIST!!1!" By hating someone for being male, you are making that form of hate real.

Do I wish that hatred never existed? You bet your ass I do. But alas, we can't help it. It's part of the human experience/nature and we can't prevent it. :shrug: But the least we can do is stop openly judging people for being different than us. You can hate them all you want, but would it be too much to ask to hate on them silently? Hell, I sometimes openly rant about people because ranting is how I blow off steam when I'm mad at someone. But I always keep people anonymous.

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