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Sherry Hewins says
Thanks Sherry for sharing! I agree, sometimes the prejudices work for you, sometimes they work against you...
Bill Sego says
I agree that not using your own profile picture (someone else's or some avatar) might very often be caused by the wish of not being judged - as too old, too young, to pretty, too ugly, too not-white or whatever else... We should remember that!
Pamela N Red says
Thanks for the elaborate answer! And an interesting point about fe/male authors - have you read Malcom Gladwell's books by any chance? He writes about some interesting incident, too, similar to your described one!
Billionaire Brains says
I agree that we feel that we 'know' more about a person whose face we can see... the only question is how accurate or fair this face judgement is...
Well, that is not a bad point. Like this you can use prejudice to keep people out who wouldn't want to connect with you for your believes for example - or with whom you might not wish to connect.