From the CIS Assessment website (link):

Most people have experienced discrimination in one way or another. Some people are more
likely to suffer discrimination. These people might be: older people, young people, females,
disabled people, homosexuals, lesbians, transgender people and ethnic minorities

Wait, who’s left? Who’s less likely to be discriminated? Let’s see… Apparently it’s healthy heterosexual mid-aged males belonging to the ethnic majority. Not too much really. Why do all the other groups care about them? Or do these groups discriminate against each other too?

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