Regardless that people make judgments on outward appearances it leaves us with restricted with devalued morals. In today's culture the natural first instance to meeting a person would be to see if they meet the prerequisite for being somebody you would talk to. And second would be if they were appealing to you. Not knowing the person at all we automatically judge the person to our standards, without a chance to redeem themselves. This is naturally known as being discriminated against. In the reading "That Lean and Hungry Look" by, Suzanne Britt, describes her world of the big, saying that "Thin people need watching." And that "Fat people are a hell of a lot nicer than the wizened and shriveled."(That Lean and Hungry Look, Britt p.279 SWB.) She automatically portrays that thin people are all mean and self-centered and how fat people are more logical because they know the truth rather than being ignorant. How having her portray the thin people as evil egotistical people brings a negative affect on anyone who would read her reading. Not all people fit this stereotypical category. But naturally when we think of a heavier person, we might think that they are nice because they have nothing to be mean about and then thinking the typical thin person will be stuck up and rude to a heavier person because they are ignorant to the point that they might not see people for whom they really are. The way we view people in the society is all based on the very first impression. The first impression is everything that we will go by when we think back to that particular moment in time that we met a particular person. We will remember their skin color, the color of their hair and how they hold themselves. Having a stereotypical environment can have a negative affect on our personalities. How we form impressions of people are through the media, news, and music. There is already a set way that people are supposed to look like and dress, so when we see somebody that...
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