Let´s face the truth: All animals come in different races (Horse, dogs, cats etcetera). A labrador is a lot different from a Husky in terms of, what it needs and can do. Does this also count for people? Or can we all make sure ourselves what we are able to do? Black, white, latinos, arabic, Asian people etcetera... are there any differences between those races? Can you generalize they are all different mentally and physically? Or can you really not generalize that? Just wondering :D!
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Everyone is unique, we all think and do things for ourselves.
When you talk about Labradors and Huskies, they're breed for a reason. They have a purpose in which they serve. Huskies are used as sled dogs, and Labradors are used as Guide dogs and various other things.
Point is: people are too quick to generalize people with things; i. e Middle Eastern people are savage and are 'terrorists', Black people are aggressive and irrational, White people think they're supreme and are racist, Asian people are always considered super smart. People are stereotyped and generalized all the time.
There are no differences, we are all equal and unique.
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