We live in a world full of discrimination and hate in all forms. Although this generation has been doing a very great job in eradicating these unwanted acts, there are still cases where some people care less about understanding deeply or trying to end such negative gestures. Around the world, for one, issues about differenced among races is still unsettled. More so, equal rights among males and females still have a significant gap. Another thing, our colorful fellows from the LGBTQI community who have worked a lot to prove about their civil rights and about how deserving they are in having rights and privileges at hand are still struggling for acceptance.
Knowing about these discrepancies is truly depressing.
This very instance caught on camera is pretty much about what I'm talking about. This is an example of how people still believe that some people are not really meant for equal rights. Watching the clip and considering it as the whole context, you would believe that the event is plainly unjust. How dare people to cast away a lesbian peacefully using a comfort room?
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She was in a restroom with a lesbian who's patiently waiting for her turn.
These policemen, based on their gestures, wanted to ask the lesbian to go out of the facility (because she's a lesbian).
Some words go like: "She's a girl and you guys are harassing her.." Indeed, why would people try to push such people out? Nobody's initiated a single complaint from within, only from those cops who just went in.
You will see how strong she is on her conviction. If you would come to think of it, the event turned out as if the lesbian is a criminal.
The lesbian keeps on explaining herself. Do we have to get to this point? We're already in the new millennium people.
Maybe, in this particular state, lesbian people are classified as male, and so they have to secure this ID for them to be considered in a different way. But what if she's fine being under the female spectrum when she's a lesbian. Would that offend anyone? Or is that a violent action to begin?
The women are absolutely getting the point of the victim, but not the cops. That's really distressing! What a very disgusting form of discrimination from the 'law enforcers'!
When will these things end?