“A PERFECT WORLD IS A WORLD WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION”
I partially disagree about this topic “a perfect world is a world without discrimination”. Discrimination is treating people by their differences. We all need a world with good discrimination, not bad discrimination. In this Essay I’m going to discuss three reasons to support my arguments. Vincent’s discriminated in Gattaca is a bad form, will discrimination still exists in today’s world, and also racism is important form of discrimination. Imagine a future without discrimination or lack of understands. Discrimination has always existed in society. In today’s world discrimination will continuously be part of nature and is necessary as I will outline. Vincent is in-valid and he faces genetic discrimination and prejudice in the movie Gattaca. The only way he can achieve his dream of becoming an astronaut is to become Valid, a person who impersonates a “valid” with a superior genetic profile. Discrimination in Gattaca is so logical, “I belonged to a new underclass, no longer determined by social status or the color of your skin. No, we now have discrimination down to a science.” This quote shows us that Vincent is having a hard time of achieve his dream. Vincent almost takes it granted in his daily life. But in the end he achieves his long-life dream of becoming an astronaut is to break the law and impersonate a “valid”. Vincent’s successes at Gattaca space preforms better the Irene –who is a “valid”, and shows that discrimination in Gattaca was wrong and ultimately flawed. Does discrimination exists in today’s world? Discrimination in today’s world is still alive. People who say there isn’t just choose not to notice. Discrimination comes in all forms it is not just racism anymore. It may not be the same as it was before, but it still exists. People go through discrimination every day, but they might not make a big deal about, cause they may not think about it but that does not change that it is wrong. Before...
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