They made us hate our self and love their lives, looks, skin and wealth. When you look in the mirror all you should see is beauty no matter what the shade of skin and no matter what dumb ass society has to say about it, we were all created by the same god and he doesn’t make mistakes the simple minded views that helped shape slavery and segregation along with the inferior attitude that black people have about themselves still exist today, will we ever shake it I don’t know but we must in order to grow, this world is not as segregated as it was forty and fifty years and it scares the shit out of old school David Duke thinking white people who just need to step aside and shut the hell up. Let these young people grow up in a world without ignorance just look around that old school Dixie land mentality is dying out but somehow some way some racist keeps putting it on life support I mean wow all of the advancements we have made in the world we still can’t get over racism or self hatred, why the hell will I dislike another human because of the color of their skin or the texture of their hair all of the ignorance racist need a reality check and hopefully I can help move thing a in the right direction, go read a book you aliterate, ignorant son of a bitches, I’m so sick of this racism crap I don’t know what to do.
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Self-hatred (also called self-loathing) refers to an extreme dislike or hatred of oneself, or being angry at or even prejudiced against oneself. The term is also used to designate a dislike or hatred of a group, family, social class, mental illness, or stereotype to which one belongs and/or has. For instance, “ethnic self-hatred” is the extreme dislike of one’s ethnic group or cultural classification. It may be associated with aspects of autophobia.
The term “self-hatred” is used infrequently by psychologists and psychiatrists, who would usually describe people who hate themselves as “persons with low self-esteem”. Self-hatred and shame are important factors in some or many mental disorders, especially disorders that involve a perceived defect of oneself (e.g. body dysmorphic disorder). Self-hatred is also a symptom of many personality disorders, including borderline personality disorder, as well as depression. It can also be linked to guilt for someone’s own actions that he or she views as wrongful, e.g. survivor guilt.