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On the surface, it seems like all of these things are different, but in reality they all have one thing in common: they affect how we feel about someone. A lot of people don’t like being discriminated against on social media because it makes them feel uncomfortable.

This feeling of discrimination is a result of our own tendency to generalize. We have a tendency to think of all the things we dislike about someone (or something) as a reflection of how they are in general. But all of these things are specific to a person’s social circle.

Because we have a tendency to generalize, we tend to think of others in general in terms of how they are. We tend to think of a person who hates their job as being more horrible than a person who loves their job. We tend to think of a person who is a racist as more horrible than a person who is not. This is a result of our own tendency to generalize.

If we generalize, we can then generalize into being all too aware of how we generalize. It’s a habit that we have. We are like a person who has a tendency to generalize, but we’re not aware of the fact that this is a habit yet. And because we don’t notice when we do this, we can become so attached to our biases that we lose touch with the fact that we are not aware of them yet.

So what are we seeing in the world that we are not? A person who has generalized about people who are racists as more horrible than a person who is not. This is a result of our own tendency to generalize. If we generalize, we can then generalize into being all too aware of how we generalize. Its a habit that we have.

I know it seems like we are doing this to ourselves, but it is something we all do. We generalize. We generalize into being a negative person. We generalize into being racist. We generalize into being violent. We generalize into being sexist. We generalize into being homophobic. We generalize into being sexist, homophobic, violent, and hateful. This is a way we can generalize into being a person who is not aware of how we generalize.

We all have this habit of generalizing. We’re generalizing into being a negative person. We’re generalizing into being racist. We’re generalizing into being violent. We’re generalizing into being sexist. We’re generalizing into being homophobic. We’re generalizing into being sexist, homophobic, violent, and hateful. So this habit is something we all share but it’s not something we need to know. It is something we all need to know.

Some people use social media everyday to share their feelings and opinions. Some people use them to express their anger or frustration. Some people use them to make a point or share a newsworthy experience. No one person is “just” a social media user. Most of us use it, some of us use it more than others.

That doesn’t mean that social media is a bad tool. It is a tool. The problem is that people are using it to create division, not unity. People are using it to incite hatred, to promote violence, to share gossip, and to promote racism, sexism, and general bigotry. We need to be aware of what people are doing and how it impacts us.

We have been aware of what social media is doing to our society. We have been trying to fight back. But we have failed time and again. And even then, there is no guarantee that we will succeed. We are also aware of the ways in which these tools can be used to achieve our goals and to bring us down.

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