Standards and the color blue
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17-12-2013, 11:57 AM
Standards and the color blue
So me and Chad have moved into the friends with serious playful banter area. Which is fine my me. However my friend Becky says my standards for being in a relationship are too high. And she thinks I'm slightly prejudice because I refuse to date another person born blind since my last relationship ended over the color blue. (I got mad when he told me to use a color identifier while painting). I think it's a bit much to call me prejudice just because I don't want a repeat of someone who has a cultural gap that's not anyone's fault and no matter how many explanations I give will never fully understand me. At least me and Aaron are still friends. I just personally think the line between people born blind and those who go blind later is just too much of a hassle. But I was wondering where you guys think the line between preference and prejudice is?
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17-12-2013, 12:08 PM
RE: Standards and the color blue
Preference is for. Prejudice is against.

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