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Have you ever been the victim of stereotyping? If so, will you elaborate? What do you wish people thought of you as they notice you for the first time?
Yes, I have been a victim of stereotyping. When I was in middle school, high school, and through part of college, I was often stereotyped because of my weight. I am guessing that people assumed that I just sat around doing nothing all day. While I hate that it happened to me, it was a partial blessing. Those moments where I was confronted with being stereotyped keep me moving forward toward a better me. Those moments also make me more aware of when I start to group others within stereotypes. I am sure that I am also stereotyped sometimes as a "fun sucker" too. Sometimes, I am too serious for my own good and it makes me seem quite boring. Unfortunately, that stereotype is pretty untrue... While I may not be the type that is the life of the party, I do like to have a good time. It just takes me a little longer to warm up to the idea :-)