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Of the following, which do you think would suffer most from society's disapproval?

People have irrational prejudices. Let us examine categories of people who would suffer from these prejudices. Which of the following would you think suffer from the most prejudice, and why? 1. Teenagers 2. Old people 3. Fat people 4. Unemployed 5. Gay people 6. Disabled people 7. People from Ethnic minorities Serious answers only, please Thanks.

Asked By: Balaboo - 8/2/2008
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I don't really know that you can pick one minority group and say "this one has it toughest". The best you can do is try to appreciate the difficulties that all the different groups of people (and especially people who fall into more than one group) go through and to, if not take from their burden, then at least try... More
Answered By: Iain R - 8/2/2008
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all in their own way. I have seen prejudice on all these categories and suffered from some too.
Answered By: teddy - 8/2/2008
 
People form ethic minorities get it by far the worst They are regularly accused of being benefit scrounging immigrants, criminals, and even terrorists
Answered By: goatboy - 8/2/2008
 
I will say 7, people from ethnic minority's... More
Answered By: Col du Galibier - 8/2/2008
 
I don't think I can pick one, they all suffer prejudices for things they often have no control over.
Answered By: Cymraes. School's out :-) - 8/2/2008
 
In the current climate, Ethnic minorities. Concerns about immigration and cultural dilution are probably the highest they've been for any time since the 50s... More
Answered By: dave.mania - 8/2/2008
 
It is difficult to answer. Each group has those predjudiced against it, but also has much support too. I would imagine that a person who was from combined catagories would have it the worst (i.e. a gay unemployeed latina paraplegic teenager). I'm not being facitious or sarcastic, though it would seem so; seriously... More
Answered By: Jason C - 8/2/2008
 
all of them can experience it. different people and cultures have different prejudices so it can be dependent on where you are or your upbringing. society can ridicule people that they dont understand or are different to them.
Answered By: Katy S - 8/2/2008
 
I think gay because imagine 2 men kissing ina street infront of everybody... More
Answered By: bunny.world - 8/2/2008
 
1. Ethnic minorities in all populated regions of our planet. Language... More
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Answered By: bamboo - 8/2/2008
 
They all do in their own ways. Stereotypes rule the world unfortunately.
Answered By: YANA - 8/2/2008
 
All of these categories of people experience prejudices and forms of discrimination exacerbated by their class, age, race, sexuality etc... More
Answered By: louisebro2000 - 8/2/2008
 
People from each category suffers from society's cruelty.
Answered By: the archer - 8/2/2008
 
Its always going to come down to race just the words Ethnic Minorities has a racial tone to it
Answered By: Aces high - 8/2/2008
 
1 gay 2 unemployed 3 fat 4 ethnic 5 disabled 6 teen 7 old
Answered By: Yazid H - 8/2/2008
 
Well, pain and suffering are different. Pain is what happens and suffering is how an individual feels and reacts to it. I think they all have the same pain but suffering can never be calculated because it's how each individuals deals with the pain... More
Answered By: counselor - 8/2/2008
 
I believe ethnic minorities suffer the most from prejudices. I mean look at our history. Look at how racism has impacted brown skinned people around the world. Look at India, South Africa, America, the Carribean. Slavery, apartheid... More
Answered By: Trinity - 8/2/2008
 
I think people with mental health difficulties suffer most from being left out of society because to be close to suicide anyway they a re at most risk and also the problems are most often there because of earlier abuse... More
Answered By: laurateaze - 8/2/2008
 
The unemployed In my experience, these are looked down on the most as being 'lazy and scrouging of the rest of us 'hard working people',
Answered By: Stacey L - 8/3/2008
 
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