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Transcript of Molly-Stereotypes
By: Molly Bina STANCE: Against: People should not judge people by what they wear, who they hang out with, or by what they hear from other peers. They should take the timeto get to know them instead of judging from other people's point of views. Opposition:
1) You can already know the type of person your dealing with by just looking at them.
2) If you know one of their friends, you can assume all their friends are like that too.
3) You can see the type of person they are by looking at the clothes they wear or the music they listen to. Support For My Stance:
1) It's not fair for people to judge them before you know them.
2) Can't judge someone by the clothes they wear.
3) You shouldn't asssume people are a certain way by who they hang out with.
4) Don't give people "labels" based on exterior things.
5) Gives people wrong interpretations of people.
6) Makes people think that others are a "certain" way.
7) When people are together, they don't all act alike or in the same way.
8) Don't assume people are stupid by their grades.