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  • Be you no one else

    It doesn't matter who are what you are people are people some are richer some have no money or family friends you should be treated equally it doesn't matter the gender or race you are you and you don't need to change if your a snob you are a snob if you are a tomboy it is you

  • Discrimination is not an option.

    I think that everyone should be treated equally. Like someone said a person from isis should not be treated the same and a regular passerby. Yes that is agreeable, But that is not what type of equality we are talking about. In their sentence they are discriminated upon people who they don't know and don't understand. You see those people could be forced to join, You know sometimes, Things happen and it is not their fault. Think about that. The type of equality were talking about is not discriminating someone based on their ethnicity, Race, Religion, Etc. If someone has done something to degrade their status like being a willing member of isis, Then yes we could treat them a little different, But do not ever think that you life matters more that theirs.

  • Discrimination is not an option.

    I think that everyone should be treated equally. Like someone said a person from isis should not be treated the same and a regular passerby. Yes that is agreeable, But that is not what type of equality we are talking about. In their sentence they are discriminated upon people who they don't know and don't understand. You see those people could be forced to join, You know sometimes, Things happen and it is not their fault. Think about that. The type of equality were talking about is not discriminating someone based on their ethnicity, Race, Religion, Etc. If someone has done something to degrade their status like being a willing member of isis, Then yes we could treat them a little different, But do not ever think that you life matters more that theirs.

  • All people deserve a chance to be loved.

    Even if you don't like someone based on their clothes, Their ethnic background, Gender, If they have been in prison, Everyone deserves a chance, Even a second or 3, To be loved and accepted. Everyone has struggles and who are we to judge, Who are we to make things worse?

  • Everybody should be treated equally

    Everyone in the world should be treated equally being born in Asia or India does not change anything except your skin color and your language, We are all people and all have feelings. No one should be left out of games or be kicked out of jobs just because you are from a different country. As I said before we are all people and all have feelings and none of us should be treated badly

  • The American government was never supposed to be tyrannical.

    The tyrannical way the richest of rich has been running our country and taking away our freedoms one by one was never supposed to happen but unfortunately no one has payed attention the last 80 years. People now seem to be waking up a little but until we recover ALL our rights back and acquire an equal transparent government like it was meant to be WE THE PEOPLE will NEVER be free.

    WE THE PEOPLE need to unite and remind our elected officials that they do not work for the lobbyists that fatten their bank accounts and buy their elections. The government is supposed to work for WE THE PEOPLE. Then if they still dont learn WE THE PEOPLE need to take back control of our country.

  • We should treat others the same!

    I believe in supporting people and loving people for how they were born and who they are, They might be the nicest person ever but how would you know that if you haven’t even given them a chance.
    You might get along with this person if you give them a chance(dont judge a book by a cover).

  • We should treat others the same!

    I believe in supporting people and loving people for how they were born and who they are, They might be the nicest person ever but how would you know that if you haven’t even given them a chance.
    You might get along with this person if you give them a chance(dont judge a book by a cover).

  • Be yourself allways

    No matter how different you are you are still human and everyone has the right to be treated the same. Your amazing just being you. Its just like if someone has a disability and you don't doesn't mean you have to treat them any different than you they are still human.

  • Who the heck would say no?

    EVERYONE should be treated EQUALLY, no matter what they look like, how they talk or how they walk, or even how they eat. We are all the same! We all smile in the same language! We should always follow the golden rule. Just remember, you and I are the same. He and she as well. All of us are one.

  • People who are inherently different in their nature should also then be treated differently and not equally.

    There are many ways people are different to each other whether it be their traits, skills, personality, biology (race and gender), or any other way people are naturally different.

    Let me provide an example. Let's say there are two children at school. One is called Billy and the other is called Jeffery. Billy is great at Maths and always leads the class. However, Billy fairs poorly in Physical education. The other student, Jeffery, is great at Physical Education and always excels in different sports and areas of physical education. However, Jeffery is poor in his understanding of maths and does poorly in tests in the area of maths.

    Now, to treat them equally would be to give them both the same amount of time and attention in both subjects. However, a much more fair way to treat these two students would be to help these students more in the areas in which they struggle.

    What about the controversial subject of Race? Should we treat different races differently because of their race?

    One example of differences in biology is the difference of Asians to other races in the amount of alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) that Asians produce. Asians, on average, produce much less ADH than other races. I must now explain that alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is the chemical that breaks down alcohol in your metabolism. This creates the phenomenon known as the "Asian Rash" which is a unique symptom that Asians get by consuming too much alcohol.

    There are many different biological differences between races including how some races are more prone to some diseases than others. Therefore, in those circumstances we must treat people differently because of these biological differences in order to best care for those more prone than others.

    If we treated everyone equally we would treat everyone the same and not recognise these differences and treat specifically to these differences.

    Another way we treat people differently and not equally is in terms of their personality and maturity. Let's say there are two different people. Let's say one is called Sue and the other is Kelly. Sue is a very emotionally strong women and is known to never overreact to pieces of gossip. Kelly on the other hand is emotionally unstable and can easily overreact to pieces of gossip.

    If you found out that both Sue and Kelly were in a relationship and the person they were in a relationship with were cheating on them, would you treat them both equally with your response to this new information? Of course not. You would respond differently to them because of their natural differences in their personality.

    In final, treating people equally ignores the natural differences people have between each other. I therefore argue that it is much better to treat people unequally in favour of addressing people's differences. If people are different to one another, isn't it more logical to treat them differently rather than treat them equally, or the same?

  • Equity not equality

    If we treat everyone as equals then we shouldn't give health benefits to disabled individuals

    If we treat everyone as equals then children struggling with learning disabilities would not be assisted in schools

    If we treat everyone as equals then a patient that will die in days without an organ transplant will have to wait their turn with all the people who have no immediate life threatening health issues

    If we treat everyone as equals the child that comes from a poor family that can barely afford food will have to pay for school lunches because the other kids with parents making 100k a year have to as well.

    Equality is fine when we are talking about race, Gender and sexuality. But in all other aspects of life equity must be considered.

  • The world needs equity

    Equality can sometimes be a confusing topic, and whereas, in an ideal world, everyone would be born equally, that is not a reality in modern society. We don't throw a few cents in the coffee cups of well-to-do business people, and we don't tell children that it is their turn to pick us up from work. In terms of how we should treat those around us, we should strive to recognize the recognize differences in other and consider how that effects their everyday live. By doing this, we can more show and give support in a more efficient way.

  • Mohammed from Isis should not be treat the same as David from London

    To say that everyone should be treated equally is absurd, im not saying that we shouldn't treat people of the LGBT communities different nor other ethnicity's differently. Im saying that we shouldn't treat an Isis member the same as an average person from London for example. Isis are terrorists and im sure that anyone with any amount of intelligence would agree that Isis is inherently very, very bad and far different from your average Joe.

    Isis kill people, Londoners just want corn pasty's. They should not be treat the same

  • Should everyone be treated equally?

    This is what I got from your message: If we treated everyone equally we would treat everyone the same and not recognize the differences that need to be addressed in a way that relate to these differences.

    Wow, I do agree with you on that 100%. Thank you for sharing this information. It did help me become a lot more wiser than I was before.

    Excellent work.


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