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Stereotyping quotes by Squarepusher
#1. Stereotyping and generating brands around musicians I think contributes to their eventual demise. #Quote by Squarepusher
Stereotyping quotes by John Irving
#2. They were childless - Dan Needham suggested that their sexual roles might be so "reversed" as to make childbearing difficult - and their attendance at Little League games was marked by a constant disapproval of the sport: that little girls were not allowed to play in the Little League was an example of sexual stereotyping that exercised the Dowlings' humorlessness and fury. Should they have a daughter, they warned, she would play in the Little League. They were a couple with a theme - sadly, it was their only theme, and a small theme, and they overplayed it, but a young couple with such a burning mission was quite interesting to the generally slow, accepting types who were more typical in Gravesend. Mr. Chickering, our fat coach and manager, lived in dread of the day the Dowlings might produce a daughter. Mr. Chickering was of the old school - he believed that only boys should play baseball, and that girls should watch them play, or else play soft-ball. #Quote by John Irving
Stereotyping quotes by Sophie Hayes
#3. It really struck me that, just as people might look at me and never imagine I'd worked as a prostitute, they must look at some of those girls and see only the alienation and disaffection that hides their on fears and hurt. #Quote by Sophie Hayes
Stereotyping quotes by Bharati Mukherjee
#4. Bengalis love to celebrate their language, their culture, their politics, their fierce attachment to a city that has been famously dying for more than a century. They resent with equal ferocity the reflex stereotyping that labels any civic dysfunction anywhere in the world 'another Calcutta.' #Quote by Bharati Mukherjee
Stereotyping quotes by Thomas M. Shapiro
#5. Overt bigotry, Jim Crow laws and policies, government-mandated discrimination, and the belief in black inferiority have virtually disappeared. Laissez-faire racism, instead, involves persistent negative stereotyping of African Americans, a tendency to blame blacks for their own conditions, appeals to meritocracy, and resistance to meaningful policy efforts to ameliorate America's racist social conditions and institutions. Government is formally race neutral and committed to antidiscrimination, and most white Americans prefer a more volitional and cultural, as opposed to inherent and biological, interpretation of blacks' disadvantage status. #Quote by Thomas M. Shapiro
Stereotyping quotes by Rivka Solomon
#6. For any one group to be free, everyone needs to be free no one should be stopped-not by stereotyping, not by violence-from expressing his or her full range of emotions and abilities. #Quote by Rivka Solomon
Stereotyping quotes by Dakota Cassidy
#7. Nina chuckled, giving Katie her infamous devilish grin. It means you aren't just a werecougar, lady. You're a cougar-cougar. You took stereotyping to a whole 'nother level. You're like one of those 'doesn't look her age' chicks who hits on young dudes because they got the zoom in their boom still happening. You're a total label. Hot. Niiiice work, Mrs. Robinson. #Quote by Dakota Cassidy
Stereotyping quotes by Mary Robinson
#8. I believe we should try to move away from the vocabulary and attitudes which shape the stereotyping of developed and developing country approaches to human rights issues. We are collective custodians of universal human rights standards, and any sense that we fall into camps of "accuser" and "accused" is absolutely corrosive of our joint purposes. The reality is that no group of countries has any grounds for complacency about its own human rights performance and no group of countries does itself justice by automatically slipping into the "victim" mode.. #Quote by Mary Robinson
Stereotyping quotes by Mary Pipher
#9. We live in a world filled with language. Language imparts identity, meaning, and perspective to our human community. Writers are either polluters or part of the clean-up team. Just as the language of power and greed has the potential to destroy us, the language of reason and empathy has the power to save us. Writers can inspire a kinder, fairer, more beautiful world, or invite selfishness, stereotyping, and violence. Writers can unite people or divide them. #Quote by Mary Pipher
Stereotyping quotes by Frank Zappa
#10. Well, in this world of basic stereotyping, give a guy a big nose and some weird hair and he is capable of anything. #Quote by Frank Zappa
Stereotyping quotes by DaShanne Stokes
#11. Reducing a group to a slur or stereotype reduces us all. #Quote by DaShanne Stokes
Stereotyping quotes by Tom Clancy
#12. (Stereotyping) is only for those without the imagination to see people as they are instead of being like someone else they understand. #Quote by Tom Clancy
Stereotyping quotes by Sophie Hayes
#13. It's easy to dismiss girls who work on the streets as deadbeats or drug addicts without ever thinking about why they're working as prostitutes. And the truth is that many of them have been trafficked and they work long, exhausting, miserable, soul-destroying hours for men who are cruel and violent. They're constantly afraid, not just because of what might be done to them if they don't do what they're told, but also because of the very real threats that are made against their families and the people they love. #Quote by Sophie Hayes
Stereotyping quotes by Mark Batterson
#14. We give people political labels, sexual labels, and religious labels. But in the process, we strip them of their individuality and complexity. Prejudice is pre-judging. It's assuming that bad stories end badly, but Jesus is in the business of turning bad beginnings into happily ever afters.
God cannot give up on you. It's not in His nature. His goodness and mercy will follow you all the days of your life. All you have to do is turn around. All you have to do is crash the party! #Quote by Mark Batterson
Stereotyping quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#15. We are stronger than stigma, but until more celebrity role models openly discuss mental illness we will still be stereotyped as less than capable, by an upside down world that thinks reality television is actually normal behavior. #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Stereotyping quotes by Camille Paglia
#16. Moralism and ignorance are responsible for the constant stereotyping of prostitutes by their lowest common denominator
the sick, strung-out addicts, couched on city stoops, who turn tricks for drug money ... The most successful prostitutes in history have been invisible. That invisibility was produced by their high intelligence, which gives them the power to perceive, and move freely but undetected in the social frame. The prostitute is a superb analyst, not only in evading the law but in initiating the unique constellation of convention and fantasy that produces a stranger's orgasm. She lives by her wits as much as her body. She is a psychologist, actor, and dancer, a performance artist of hyper-developed sexual imagination. #Quote by Camille Paglia
Stereotyping quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#17. It is useful to remember, however, that neglecting valid stereotypes inevitably results in suboptimal judgments. Resistance to stereotyping is a laudable moral position, but the simplistic idea that the resistance is costless is wrong. The costs are worth paying to achieve a better society, but denying that the costs exist, while satisfying to the soul and politically correct, is not scientifically defensible. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Stereotyping quotes by Vicki Lewis Thompson
#18. Too bad you don't have cable. We could test him by putting him in front of ESPN with a bowl of beer and a package of Cheez-Its."
Jasper hissed his disapproval.
Anica laughed softly. "I don't think he appreciates your stereotyping him like that."
"Oh, bite me Jasper."
It was a tempting thought.
Lily stood. "Enough of this. Let's raid your closet and find us some hot dancing duds." She continued down the hall.
Jasper glared after her. Lily was so wrong about him. He didn't like Cheez-Its. Onion rings went way better with beer. #Quote by Vicki Lewis Thompson
Stereotyping quotes by Phillip DePoy
#19. No, I mean, this is a problem that most people have. A problem of the human condition. We get ahold of some kind of shorthand in understanding people, and we think it works, and we use it to assess, categorize, and then, very often, dismiss people. It's the basis for stereotyping, profiling, and several other very sorry words that end in i-n-g. #Quote by Phillip DePoy
Stereotyping quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#20. Every time you read into something you miss the soul, while searching for the motive. #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Stereotyping quotes by Christopher Moore
#21. He, Jeff, and Troy Lee carried Super Soakers loaded with Grandma Lee's Vampire Cat Remedy, other Animals had garden sprayers slung on their backs, except for Gustavo, who thought that making him carry a garden sprayer was racial stereotyping. Gustavo had a flame thrower. He wouldn't say where he got it.
"Second Amendment, cabrones." (The guy who sold Gustavo his green card had included two amendments from the Bill of Rights and Gustavo had chosen Two and Four, the right to bear arms and freedom from unreasonable search and seizure. [His sister Estrella had had seizures as a child. No bueno.] For five bucks extra he threw in the Third Amendment, which Gustavo bought because he was already sharing a three-bedroom house in Richmond with nineteen cousins and they didn't have any room to quarter soldiers.) #Quote by Christopher Moore
Stereotyping quotes by Brene Brown
#22. The culture of shame is driven by fear, blame and disconnection, and it is often a powerful incubator for issues like perfectionism, stereotyping, gossiping and addiction. #Quote by Brene Brown
Stereotyping quotes by Gaby Rodriguez
#23. Overall, I think that stereotyping is a useless thing that limits people and dooms them to repeat others' mistakes. We are all individuals with our own morals and abilities, and we should have the freedom to make our own paths without people prejudging us based on who our families are, the color of our skin #Quote by Gaby Rodriguez
Stereotyping quotes by Terry Pratchett
#24. Be generous, Sir Samuel. TRULY treat all men equally. Allow Klatchians the right to be scheming bastards, hmm? #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Stereotyping quotes by Charlie Caruso
#25. The human compulsion to group people and objects together was ingrained in our being since we evolved. We need to group things, group the dangerous and unknown from the 'safe to eat' or the 'it won't eat you' categories. Without the ability to categorise these threats, our ancestors wouldn't have survived. #Quote by Charlie Caruso
Stereotyping quotes by Eva Mendes
#26. People are incapable of stereotyping you; you stereotype yourself because you're the one who accepts roles that put you in this rut or in this stereotype. #Quote by Eva Mendes
Stereotyping quotes by Fay Faron
#27. [On stereotyping:] It's the mind's way of processing a lot of information quickly. If we had to sort through every bit of data before making a decision, most folks would still be going out the front door when it was time to come home for the night. #Quote by Fay Faron
Stereotyping quotes by Tommy Lee Jones
#28. I think any stereotyping is too much. #Quote by Tommy Lee Jones
Stereotyping quotes by Pearl Zhu
#29. Stereotyping as a term has a negative connotation. #Quote by Pearl Zhu
Stereotyping quotes by Walter Moers
#30. never trust a Troglotroll #Quote by Walter Moers
Stereotyping quotes by Cordelia Fine
#31. With a particular person in mind, or in anticipation of interacting with them, self-conception adjusts to create a shared reality. This means that when their perception of you is stereotypical, your own mind follows suit. For example, [Princeton University psychologist Stacey] Sinclair manipulated one group of women into thinking that they were about to spend some time with a charmingly sexist man. (Not a woman-hater, but the kind of man who thinks that women deserve to be cherished and protected by men, while being rather less enthusiastic about them being too confident and assertive.)
Obligingly, the women socially tuned their view of themselves to better match these traditional opinions. They regarded themselves as more stereotypically feminine, compared with another group of women who were expecting instead to interact with a man with a more modern view of their sex. Interestingly, this social tuning only seems to happen when there is some sort of motivation for a good relationship. This suggests that close or powerful others in your life may be especially likely to act as a mirror in which you perceive your own qualities. (...)
No doubt the female self and the male self can be as useful as any other social identity in the right circumstances. But flexible, context-sensitive, and useful is not the same as "hardwired". #Quote by Cordelia Fine
Stereotyping quotes by Aasif Mandvi
#32. If you don't acknowledge differences, it's as bad as stereotyping or reducing someone. #Quote by Aasif Mandvi
Stereotyping quotes by Elle Casey
#33. Me. Ya know, stereotyping be a sign of limited intelligence. I might have asked ye where yer lower back tattoo be or yer lip piercing, but I didna. #Quote by Elle Casey
Stereotyping quotes by Tim Holden
#34. The Holocaust illustrates the consequences of prejudice, racism and stereotyping on a society. It forces us to examine the responsibilities of citizenship and confront the powerful ramifications of indifference and inaction. #Quote by Tim Holden
Stereotyping quotes by Angelica Hopes
#35. Film and novel characters are often stereotyped, but racial stereotyping in many novels or films creates & encourages labelling, discrimination & racism. ~Angelica Hopes #Quote by Angelica Hopes
Stereotyping quotes by Faran Tahir
#36. Sometimes stereotyping happens not because of any nefarious reasons but rather because people don't know who you are or where you come from, so they go for the broad strokes about you, your culture, your faith, all that. #Quote by Faran Tahir
Stereotyping quotes by Bennie Thompson
#37. We must maximize our efforts to counter violent extremism, radicalization and recruitment in the United States and stop using xenophobia and ethnic stereotyping. #Quote by Bennie Thompson
Stereotyping quotes by Hillary Rodham Clinton
#38. Let us admit that some government programs and personnel are efficient and effective, and others are not. Let us acknowledge that when it comes to the treatment of children, some individuals are evil, neglectful, or incompetent, but others are trying to do the best they can against daunting odds and deserve not our contempt but the help only we - through our government - can provide. Let us stop stereotyping government and individuals as absolute villains or absolute saviors, and recognize that each must be part of the solution. Let us use government, as we have in the past, to further the common good. #Quote by Hillary Rodham Clinton
Stereotyping quotes by Simon Baron-Cohen
#39. Stereotyping reduces individuals to an average, whereas science recognizes that many people fall outside the average range for their group. #Quote by Simon Baron-Cohen
Stereotyping quotes by Mindy Kaling
#40. The funniest racism is the racism between minorities. It's something you don't see dramatized, but almost every minority I know who's my age, they have these funny stories about their parents stereotyping other minorities. #Quote by Mindy Kaling
Stereotyping quotes by Queen Noor Of Jordan
#41. The film and media technology that's available today is going to be the most potent weapon in our arsenal in tackling ideological intolerance and ignorance, as well as the kind of fear and stereotyping that can dehumanize the others as the enemy, as being somehow less entitled to the privileges and the aspirations that we have. #Quote by Queen Noor Of Jordan
Stereotyping quotes by Sheldon Lee Compton
#42. Brown pulled the bag closer to his side. He had nothing but good memories from his time overseas. That's the truth nobody knew. Since coming home he'd been labeled a baby-killer and a murderer, and things had been bad enough for him and his family when he went into the military. #Quote by Sheldon Lee Compton
Stereotyping quotes by Laurie Matthew
#43. Most people expect survivors of this type of abuse to be extremely damaged and seriously disturbed individuals. Certainly most people around expect them to be in great need of psychiatric help... No matter what the survivor is in contact with a particular agency for, the assumption is quickly made that, because of the [ritual] abuse, there must be mental health problems of some kind present. Yet, this is not always the case. #Quote by Laurie Matthew
Stereotyping quotes by Ryan Knighton
#44. Although I was fine, that night didn't sit well with me for the rest of our trip. Something had, in the end, been taken from me, something very small. A strange kind of dignity, maybe. In its place remained an alien resentment. I know it seems daft, really, but how does one get justice for not having been mugged? It's a real question, although not a high priority. For what it's worth, I learned this much - even commonplace violence and social dangers can't give me a fair shake. Discrimination feels like discrimination, even when it's for the best. My generation has been so socialized into our rights and so schooled away from discriminations of any kind, I didn't know how to be thankful. Thank you for stereotyping me. Thanks for excluding me from your violence, although I'm a relatively affluent tourist. Gratitude for being spared is something of a double bind. I wanted to lose. I wanted to lose like everybody else in order to keep that bit of dignity. #Quote by Ryan Knighton
Stereotyping quotes by Deepa Mehta
#45. I simply can't understand the stereotyping women as film makers who make soppy family dramas. Look at Katherine Bigelow: she has directed Point Break and Strange Days. I hate labels of any kind. Just because you are a woman you can't do this or that? Twenty years ago women entering the work force was enough of a shock. People just like the predictable; they feel safe with it. You know, it's such a bore #Quote by Deepa Mehta
Stereotyping quotes by Ljupka Cvetanova
#46. It's shameful for a devil to be good. #Quote by Ljupka Cvetanova
Stereotyping quotes by Walter Lippmann
#47. In some measure, stimuli from the outside, especially when they are printed or spoken words, evoke some part of a system of stereotypes, so that the actual sensation and the preconception occupy consciousness at the same time. The two are blended, much as if we looked at red through blue glasses and saw green. #Quote by Walter Lippmann
Stereotyping quotes by Malcolm Gladwell
#48. I'm totally engaging in cultural stereotyping, no question about it. But I think it's OK because I'm doing it for a reason, for a good reason. #Quote by Malcolm Gladwell
Stereotyping quotes by Ibrahim Hooper
#49. It's been our experience that any time a Muslim community anywhere seeks to expand or establish a mosque or some other kind of institution, there will be some type of opposition, when you scratch the surface, often there is a tremendous level of bigotry and stereotyping in the opposition. #Quote by Ibrahim Hooper
Stereotyping quotes by Angie Harmon
#50. After I quote unquote came out as a Republican, one of my dearest gay friends said to me, 'You've got to go on a T.V. show and tell everyone you like gay people.' I was like, 'Why?' He was like, 'Because you're a Republican.' I was like, 'I'm sorry who's stereotyping who?' #Quote by Angie Harmon
Stereotyping quotes by Criss Jami
#51. The thing about stereotyping is it's usually just throwing rocks into a crowd hoping to hit somebody who deserves it. #Quote by Criss Jami
Stereotyping quotes by Anne Karpf
#52. Greeting the ageing self In trying to depathologize age, we need to make an important distinction, between resisting ageism (stereotyping or discriminating on the basis of age) and resisting age itself. The first opens the door to a path of rich potential, freeing us to keep on developing and changing, while the second closes it, condemning us to an endless attempt to recover the irretrievable. #Quote by Anne Karpf
Stereotyping quotes by Timothy Garton Ash
#53. Yet another thing Canadians and Europeans have in common is an obsession with the United States, and with distinguishing themselves from it, often by crude stereotyping. #Quote by Timothy Garton Ash
Stereotyping quotes by Larry Correia
#54. Now that's just racist stereotyping," Tanya sniffed. "I'm offended." "You can file a complaint with the Trailer Park Elf Defamation League #Quote by Larry Correia
Stereotyping quotes by Angelica Hopes
#55. Unlock joy in any situation!
True understanding and mutual respect do not bridge blames, destructive, negative criticisms, false excuses and gossips. To express disappointments and ill-feelings are normal however to gossip around certain people and events in order to put another person down and destroy one's credibility is a form of bullying whether one expresses it publicly or privately.
Beware of segregation, regionalism, individualism, discrimination, stereotyping, destructive criticism, false accusations, biased wrong assumptions, prejudice, senseless comparison and unwanted competition because life is much more meaningful to live for where there is unity and harmony. #Quote by Angelica Hopes
Stereotyping quotes by Jason Bateman
#56. If people are going to complain about stereotyping, it's as likely to be Italian-Americans as gay people. #Quote by Jason Bateman
Stereotyping quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#57. You may note the irony. In the context of the cab problem, the neglect of base-rate information is a cognitive flaw, a failure of Bayesian reasoning, and the reliance on causal base rates is desirable. Stereotyping the Green drivers improves the accuracy of judgment. In other contexts, however, such as hiring or profiling, there is a strong social norm against stereotyping, which is also embedded in the law. This is as it should be. In sensitive social contexts, we do not want to draw possibly erroneous conclusions about the individual from the statistics of the group. We consider it morally desirable for base rates to be treated as statistical facts about the group rather than as presumptive facts about individuals. In other words, we reject causal base rates. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Stereotyping quotes by Misa Sugiura
#58. I didn't mean it like that. It's just – how can your friends expect people to treat them like individuals if they dress like stereotypes? The same reason you expect to be treated like an individual even though you look like a stereotype. #Quote by Misa Sugiura
Stereotyping quotes by John Fowles
#59. Our stereotyping societies force us to feel more alone. They stamp masks on us and isolate out real selves. We all live in two worlds: the old comfortable man-centred world of absolutes and the harsh real world of relatives. The latter, the relativity reality, terrifies us; and isolates and dwarfs us all. #Quote by John Fowles
Stereotyping quotes by Dudley C. Rutherford
#60. No one is born with prejudicial feelings, they are developed and nurtured within us by our experiences and upbringing. Consider the many factors involved: Babies are born into rich families and poor families alike - each capable of developing resentment toward the other. Children will often adopt prejudicial attitudes from their parents' racist remarks and actions. There are always two sides of the train tracks, with people on each side often unwilling to cross. One negative experience with a person may lead to false stereotyping for an entire people group. #Quote by Dudley C. Rutherford
Stereotyping quotes by Jarod Kintz
#61. I met a man from Columbia who had a table for a back. I asked if it was a coffee table. He got offended and thought I was stereotyping him. How was I supposed to know it was a Three-drawer Wuchow Console Table? #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Stereotyping quotes by Kate Bolick
#62. (In 2006, social psychologist Bella DePaulo, PhD, coined the word singlism to mean "the stereotyping, stigmatizing, and discrimination against people who are single.") #Quote by Kate Bolick
Stereotyping quotes by Nancy Snow
#63. The purpose of such propaganda phrases as "war on terrorism" and attacking "those who hate freedom" is to paralyze individual thought as well as to condition people to act as one mass, as when President Bush attempted to end debate on Iraq by claiming that the American people were of one voice. The modern war president removes the individual nature of those who live in it by forcing us into a uniform state where the complexities of those we fight are erased. The enemy-terrorism, Iraq, Bin Laden, Hussein-becomes one threatening category, something to be defeated and destroyed, so that the public response will be one of reaction to fear and threat rather than creatively and independently thinking for oneself. Our best hope for overcoming perpetual thinking about war and perpetual fear about both real and imagined threats is to question our leaders and their use of empty slogans that offer little rationale, explanation or historical context. #Quote by Nancy Snow
Stereotyping quotes by Elle Casey
#64. Gilly frowned at me. "Ya know, stereotyping be a sign of limited intelligence. I might have asked ye where yer lower back tattoo be or yer lip piercing, but I didna." It folded its short little arms and cocked out one funky-shaped hip in a defiant stance. #Quote by Elle Casey
Stereotyping quotes by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
#65. It makes utter sense to stay healthy and strong, to be as nourishing to the body as possible. Yet I would have to agree, there is in many women a 'hungry' one inside. But rather than hungry to be a certain size, shape, or height, rather than hungry to fit the stereotype; women are hungry for basic regard from the culture surrounding them. The 'hungry' one inside is longing to be treated respectfully, to be accepted and in the very least, to be met without stereotyping. #Quote by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

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