Title says all. People said I looked like a terrorist when I dressed up during gangster day at camp. I just want to see what they say next year.
Question by elite14 | last reply
I saw this article in the paper the other day and it really ticked me off. it seems we've worked so hard to battle discrimination that now we discriminate only against atheists and white people.why is it that every religion in the world is safe from discrimination by law but if your an atheist you fair game? you can wear a turban instead of a hard hat at work, you can't wear a hat in school....unless your jewish or Muslim...... if its in your religion to wear a certain kinda pants or skirt...you get your uniform altered....... but you were shorts instead of pants when its 100 degrees out you get written up.you can openly wear religious apparel or pray in public places but if I wear a T-shirt that says I pray to the temple of labatt blue I get kicked out of the mall?we strive for equality, my question is how unequal in the opposite direction does it have to get before everyone ELSE is happy?
Topic by chaoscampbell | last reply