As a society as a whole, it is hard for people to get to know each other when they are constantly being judged and constantly being looked at in certain ways instead of others allowing them the opportunity to get to know them and understand them. I’m sure that everyone has been open to understanding what exact stereotypes of certain people are and they have most likely also been stereotyped themselves. It wouldn’t be considered fair if people were constantly compared to stereotypes and treated as if they were the main reason why stereotypes existed today. Once stereotypes are introduced to one single person, only more bad things will continue to occur and society will ultimately pay the price.
Stereotyping people single handedly has the ability to separate society as a whole. Once stereotypes begin to take over the way that people both think and talk about others, there is almost no possible ways for people to overcome those stereotypes and the way that people will automatically view them. It is important that people understand and have the ability to put themselves in the shoes of other people when it comes to certain aspects such as stereotyping, to understand what it would be like to be put in the place of the person who is subsequently taking the abuse. Stereotypes will never limit themselves to places they can go and to the people that they can hurt, but they can guarantee that people will become closed off to society and it will be much harder for those people to open up about anything in constant fear of existing stereotypes throughout society.
Stereotypes have an ability to permanently damage the way that people view others throughout society, and it has the ability to permanently affect society and the way that we interact with each other. It is important that people remember that stereotypes don’t have a limit on who they can effect and the next one to be effected throughout society very well could be the person dishing out the damage today. Stereotyping individuals creates negative connotations amongst society and that perception could be one of the hardest things in life that these people face and need to overcome to remove the fear they may have.