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" Often we expect faces to match exotic countries around the world, but frequently the response, complemented with a puzzled expression, is something like: "Oh, umm Michigan..." So, you fumble through an apologetic explanation of why you thought they were from Colombia because you once had a friend from there and, seriously, "you look like him/her", (meanwhile remembering your mother telling you in a shrill tone "don't judge a book by it's cover"). Born in upstate New York to a Cuban mother ('Ike') and German-Irish father, Lochte was raised mostly in Florida where his father was a swimming coach and where his talents blossomed. Alongside chatter about his wins and almost-wins, there has been plenty of speculation about his dating life, his possible TV career, and his penchant for non sequiturs.
Cheeks red, heart palpitating, palms sweating in response to this social blunder as you realize that, that 'melting pot' we all live in isn't so figurative after all -- it's real, and we're all simmering and blending away inside of it.
Women especially are overcome by many stereotypes, like how they are treated as housewives and should stay at home cleaning....
[tags: stereotypes, female, advertising] - The wide ranging harmful representations of women have now achieved a new level in popular culture.
From the first time I set my sights on meeting women of any kind, I loved Latinas; they are my favorites.
Older Americans are not as tolerant: About 55 percent of those ages 50 to 64 and just 38 percent of those 65 or older said they would not mind if a family member married someone of another race.
I am probably one the whitest man you’ll ever know, I’m also a conservative I don’t like call myself a Republican but I’m very fiscally conservative just imagine how well that goes over in this last election.
One of the things I find so interesting and at times funny is the fact that people often look at me when I’m out with my dates or so forth and they try to ignore the fact that I’m out with someone of other race it’s almost like being at a party and no one wants to mention the 800 pound gorilla in the room, You know it shouldn’t be a big deal but I catch all the time staring or the slipped remark but they were not able to catch.
Just because they do not notice it, does not mean it does not affect them.
Stereotypes are everywhere, even when you least expect them.