Should the government make stereotypes illegal?

Posted by: Foodiesoul

No stereotypes are positive! Even the ones that may seem "small", "harmless", and "positive" are extremely negative and harmful stereotypes! I think the government should ban the media from using stereotypes or making sexist commercials because the media is very influential and stereotypes are EXTREMELY harmful and hurtful! What do you think?

18 Total Votes

No, the government should not make stereotypes illegal!

15 votes

YES, the government should make stereotypes illegal!

3 votes
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triangle.128k says2016-06-23T05:31:16.0224118Z
Foodiesoul is a fascist
face1995 says2016-06-23T05:55:27.0025825Z
@triangle.128k Foodiesoul is no fascist. Foodiesoul is questioning the society and it's not unreasonable to do so.
triangle.128k says2016-06-23T05:58:29.9666332Z
Foodiesoul wants to ban people from making stereotypes, which is a violation of the fucking first constitutional amendment of the US. This is just too far to support such a totalitarian policy.
triangle.128k says2016-06-23T05:59:55.4562772Z
What's the harm with poking fun at stereotypes? You all are just oversensitive.
NewLifeChristian says2016-06-23T17:47:48.3685126Z
@face1995 You know you can get banned for multi-accounting, right?
Mark9727 says2016-06-24T00:09:18.3604914Z
Free speech must not be very important to you. Lol
Masonh928 says2016-06-25T02:15:21.0467931Z
Yeah lol haha
face1995 says2016-06-25T08:24:27.1917534Z
@NewLifeChristian or anyone, please clarify the definition of multi-accounting. I have no clue what that means.
James76 says2021-03-05T04:42:47.9358884Z
@triangle. 128k Go back to sucking Dotard Drumpf's tiny dick, You Rethuglicunt asshole. And no, I'm neither liberal nor conservative, You jackass.

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