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    Re: can there be a person who truly never discriminate?

    Again Arrianna I'm stunned you know so much lol... I don't think I would be to afraid thou maybe if I didn't see a certain race for lets say hmm 25 years then I would be kind of afraid but otherwise I'd still think the same.

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    Re: can there be a person who truly never discriminate?

    It's all about comfort levels. Comfort is based entirely on what you are used to. When you find yourself outside of your comfort zone there is at best discomfort at worst fear. It's part of the fight or flight mechanism when we deal with new or different circumstances.

    For example: When I lived in Poco for 5 months I became used to being surrounded by multicultures. Chinese, Vientnamese, Phillipeans, Mexican, Canadian , you could walk down the street and pass a different nationality with each step in some parts of the city. So it became normal. I learned to say hello in multiple languages and smiled at everyone. However... it has been a few years. I can't garentee that I would still know what to do if I found myself in the same situation again, not for a few days anyway. I also had a friend who was completely overwelmed by it (also not from there) and would become utterly speachless because she just had no idea what to do and it intimidated her.
    It depends on how much and to what degree you take to your comfort levels. I don't care how long I was was put in a new environment, I wouldn't be afraid of my own kind. The feeling of comfort of being with them is planted too deep inside me. Age may play a factor too?

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    Re: can there be a person who truly never discriminate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Miroku4444 View Post
    It depends on how much and to what degree you take to your comfort levels. I don't care how long I was was put in a new environment, I wouldn't be afraid of my own kind. The feeling of comfort of being with them is planted too deep inside me. Age may play a factor too?
    Age and experience.

    Just because someone is older doesn't mean they have ever had to step outside of their comfort zone. If you have never experienced a wide variety of cultures or environments what would you possibly have to compare them with?

    You can also have someone who is young but has seen alot of the world due to a parents job.

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