Feb 24, 2013 10:03 PM GMT
For example, someone may feel uncomfortable with having a gay roommate even though they have gay friends and have nothing against gay guys. Is it wrong for them to feel uncomfortable about the situation in which a gay guy is their roommate? Also, there are people who, while they don't mind transgenders(as in they don't condemn them or hate them or think they are scum), don't feel comfortable being around them and just don't want anything to do with them. But can you blame people for being uncomfortable around certain people? It was the way they were brought up, so it's not entirely their fault. I understand everyone wants to be given a chance and perhaps deserves one, but people are still intolerant of certain people, and no one's perfect. I don't believe anyone is perfectly tolerant of everyone. Is that an issue, or is that just the way it is and always will be? Not everyone can like you, and not everyone gets along. Also, is it wrong for you to try to avoid someone if you just don't like them(like you're not attracted to their personality or the way they are and see no reason to have anything to do with them)?