To discriminate is to make a distinction. Discrimination means that we are not equals, that some of us are better than others. Discrimination is not right and it is not fair. Today, millions are still discriminated because of their social status, race, religion, sex, disabilities, ethnicity and age. Many of us still label people we don't know and make judgements based on stereotypes.
Will we ever truly live in a democratic system if some people are still rewarded not by their skills or by their abilities but because of who their father is or because of what they look like? Discrimination is a crime. Don't make assumptions about people you never really took the time to get to know.
This is the second part of a triology on human connections:
Part one: Don't let it get you