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Prejudice

Don't Always judge a book by it's cover.

Prejudice and Stereotypes.
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Prejudice and Stereotypes.

Prejudice and Stereotypes is a poem talking about on how a Stereotype can change the way we think. Which cause the invention Prejudice. How? Well, let's say this. 'Blacks are gang members and eat spicy chicken.' Even though there are successful Blacks in our world. 'Mexicans are stealers and take all our jobs.' Well some of us are successful (Chef Uego), and some of us are just trying to live our dream life.

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SparkNotes: Pride and Prejudice: Plot Overview
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SparkNotes: Pride and Prejudice: Plot Overview

A short summary of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. This free synopsis covers all the crucial plot points of Pride and Prejudice.

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Book by it's Cover
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Book by it's Cover

This is a comic created by Arend Van Dam. It's supposed to tell a story about that we see people like a monster when their not. Like in the picture there is this couple meeting up with a man from a refugee. They think that he is a bad man and might kill them one night. However, in reality, the man from the refugee is actually very nice and happy to meet them.
Which in other words, don't judge a book by its cover. Just means someone came from a place terrible doesn't mean they are terrible.

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Yoko Ono Quotes
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Yoko Ono Quotes

"I think that there is incredible prejudice about witches while there is no prejudice about wizards. Words are very important, and I'm really into destroying myths." - Yoko Ono quotes from BrainyQuote

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Eminem - The Monster (Audio) ft. Rihanna
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Eminem - The Monster (Audio) ft. Rihanna

To explain how on earth this song that is... wait I'm looking this up, *typing*, Hip-Hop a song about Prejudice. Well, it's simple. If you look at the "behind the scenes" video of "The Monster" you'll find two things. What's the song means and how it relates to prejudice. You will not, I mean you will NOT find the exact meaning of it in the song. However, you do find clues to it. The plotline of this song (which fun fact, is one of the biggest that Eminem has), that you are going through your past moments in life. How you became one normal dude, to one who is very famous. However, people see you different now, considering that Eminem is a rap artist, he is more likely to be considered as a man who swears a lot. However, if you read the lyrics he will say, "Call me crazy, but I have this vision, that one day that I walk amongst you a regular civilian" and "I ain't here to save the fucking children, but if one kid out of a hundred million, who are going through a struggle feels and then relates that's great.", in other words, he what to feel like a normal human, and walk around with us without... you know get judged by others. He wants other people to understand what's going through, that's why he said that it's alright if a kid is going through that struggle. Since he isn't here to save multiple people, he's here to protect those from what he is going through.

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Theseus and Pirithous
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Theseus and Pirithous

The story starts off with two cool guys, Theseus and Pirithous. Theseus may sound familiar, that's because he fought the Minotaur, and is one of the gods' greatest warriors(Making him more like Hercules, and Perseus). Pirithous is not the same as Theseus but is very similar. Just like Theseus, he's respected by a godly being,(Titans) but isn't really a warrior to them. But who cares about that, let's begin with the story.

To begin this story, Theseus and Pirithous meet together and decide to get it on with the children of gods or goddesses, since their also the children of the gods...Well doesn't this sound great? Let's continue, Theseus is willing to *nudge nudge* (wink wink) Helen. Who is the daughter of Zeus... I wouldn't want to make her farther piss. Either way, Theseus, and Pirithous do this, at the end...and succeeded. They soon realize she was too young for Theseus to Netflix and Chill.
(SHE'S SEVEN!) So they left her with his mother.

Mini Fact: This is the exact same Helen of Troy. The Queen of Troy. The main reason that started the war. Aphrodite's fault. (She start the war)

Either way, Theseus got his wish, and it was now Pirithous turn(Don't worry he didn't have sex with her). Pirithous decide on Persephone, AKA the wife of Hades....This doesn't go so well. (Mini Disclaimer, their multiple parts of this story, so don't get mad if I didn't choose your's) In this story Hades knows their plan, so invites them to dinner. When Theseus and Pirithous made to Hades' domain, they were treated quite well. They talk, had good food, and overall had a wonderful time. That is until Hade permanent struck them in their seats. Hades left them there to suffer and went on his merry little way.

Oh yeah, They can't escape since Cerberus was right in front of them. (The three head dog)

At the end the got saved by Hercules, except for Pirithous, since Hades doesn't want the man who tried to steal his wife, be free. So Hercules left him there.

If you're wondering why does this have to with Prejudice, well here it is. Hades has only affected three people. His wife, and these two guys. Hades overall only did this to protect himself. Every other god/goddess has affected 1 more-100x more people in their ruling. Hades is always be considered bad guy since...well...the god of the Underworld. His Brother (Zeus) has done worse than good, and yet Hades is just doing his job and get crapped on by the people of Greece. Keeping track of the dead. These heroes are doing something terrible, and they get a free get out jail card since it's Hades who, I don't know, punish them. Well, except Pirithous. That guy did more bad than good. At the end, Bad guys are Good guys, and Good guys are Bad guys. That's it, have a wonderful day.

(Also don't worry, Helen makes back to Troy, with her Amazing husband Menelaus. Trust me he's a good guy.)

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