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  • That has happened to me. I live in a white-majority country, and I am not white.
  • Sure, I'm Native American and I've experienced hatred and discrimination both. It's been going on for so long with us that we kind of get used to it. Doesn't mean we like it; We're just usually not surprised by it.
  • As a Conservative, I have to say without a doubt. Conservatism is not a hateful group. They aren't the ones who promote Black Lives Matter, ANTIFA, and violent protests. Our elected officials haven't called for violence against Democrat supporters. We aren't Marxists and that makes all the difference.
  • Yes, for being a woman.
  • Yes. When I was a child, I used to be called the N word even though I'm not black. I'm tanned. I used to be called other things because of my tanned colour. It really hurt me emotionally at the time but I've moved on from those ignorant people because they have nothing better to do with their time. Certain racist names can be upsetting not just for me but for anyone who is being targeted to discriminate against. Racist people have a lot of hatred in them towards anyone who is different to them whether it's a person's gender, colour or race. Ignorant people like that are part of the world's problems.

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