Walking Cross-Town. With Labels.

love-has-no-bias

Morning. This morning.

I’m walking. Cross Town. Down 47th street, three blocks from the office.

For some inexplicable reason, the head is yanked left to a billboard across the street.

Two skeletons, holding hands.

Same bones, different color.

“love has no labels”

What’s this?

I get to the office. Google it.

And then I take the quiz.

Hmmmmmmm.

Take the Quiz


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  1. Oh dear. I took the quiz and felt a bit patronised and preached at. Didn’t complete it. I expect that means I am a terrible person. Sorry!

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  2. It made me smile.

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  3. I did too dear David. Made me to think. Thank you, Love, nia

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  4. Hmmmm is right. I have a borderline gender bias. Not surprising, growing up with so many “weaker sex” messages. Liberated woman ? Maybe not.

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  5. Hmmmm indeed

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  6. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    #LoveHasNoLabels …

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  7. So easy to think that “others” may be biased, but tough to admit that you might be doing it yourself. Important to remember that bias can be a sneaky little bastard.

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  8. Most interesting. The quiz is an eye-opener and just reading the questions is enough to make one think. I like to think that as we evolve and open our hearts, the questions will all come up with a “no” answer. I know I have changed from what I was taught…

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  9. Great picture. Not sure all the questions indicate bias or prejudice – eg Have you ever assumed a female coworkers spouse is a man? I answered yes, but I think that’s a cultural and generational reaction – there were no lesbian, gay marriages when I was growing up.

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  10. like looking in a mirror

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  11. Yes, David… Hmmmmmmm….
    Seems these biases run deep; so deep it’s hard to fathom they are even there..! 🙂

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  12. Hhhhhmmmm
    But I’m ok being labeled. And I like to surprise people. I don’t get offended.

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  13. Would that everyone could see that we are all basically the same. Nothing can be more basic than a skeleton.

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  14. Good stuff David. Thank you for sharing!

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