Do you think of yourself as a stereotype in any way?
Do you sometimes find yourself acting or saying things that are parallel with some stereotype you might be? For example, if you're a hippie, it might be smoking weed, being a vegetarian, etc.
No because I think being unique is a great quality. I dont want to be like everyone else or any stereo type
No, I do not consider my actions, words, or behavior to be stereotypical; however, if someone else chooses to categorize or stereotype them...oh, well! What can I say? That's on them and not me. I'm just doing and being me!
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