When Turntables And Judging People Is Compared

Turntables interprets the best kind of record placed on it. It creates wonderful music and convey its message as beautiful and pleasant as possible. Different record per se, different output. If you compare turntables to judging people, we create our own interpretation on how people are. And thus, it starts with first impressions and then lasts.

How Judging People Can Be Related To Turntables

Judging people is like music; we create our own understanding and overall perception. The turntable music we hear allows us to feel what we want to feel or what we are going through as of the moment. Compared with judging people we often analyze them depends on what we presently feel – the prevailing emotion as of the moment.

Turntables are cordial. They are amusing just like some people we have judged. Depending on the tune and banking on the right tone of music, you may not like people if they do not have the same tune as you have. And more often than not, you have started to loathe them. Even in cases you did not mean to.

Though, just like turntables they still give the best tunes – whether we like it or not; whether we agree or otherwise. Tunes’ interpretation rely on what we prefer and that goes the same with meeting and judging people – we bet on who we are in favor for.

You might think that there is little to no resemblance between judging people and turntables, but if you look at it on an in-depth basis it will reveal that, somehow, they go hand in hand. Its apprehension makes it abundant and an important determinant of who we want to be with and how we should act around them. Nonetheless, all of which constitutes on how we are approachable as people.

Judging people gives a different tune into your life and into theirs. Sometimes it can be positive but on the usual, it can be considered as a negative reinforcement. You are not born to judge a person, they say. But if you are trying to learn and explore things, you would know that this act is eventually inevitable and you do not mean to cause harm either way.

Turntables is the same. Its music depends on who is currently playing and exploring things will lead to some inevitable tunes that sometimes is needing to be heard. As you move forward as a turntable, you are advancing to the new trend – and thus, what happened to you in the past eventually becomes nostalgic in no time. You cannot try anything backward but just to reminisce and think of its thoughts.

Turntables and judging people have their own tunes to work with. Between them is a resemblance. Between them is a difference. Not exactly different and not exactly the same. Most of the things around us is out of our control. In accordance, overthinking will not be over but it can be managed depending on the heaviness of the current situation. Vice versa, when being judged, think yourself as a turntable – have your own tune.

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Excellent Reasons to Stop Judging People

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Reasons to Stop Judging People

Even if we try our best, we still somehow end up judging people. The sad thing is that we judge others over small things such as why does he always show up late at work etc. The reality is, we end up judging people based on what they do, what they look like or how they behave. The crucial thing that we tend to overlook is the cause behind such a behavior. If you truly understand that, you will think twice before judging anyone.

Here is a story that explains why we should not judge people on the basis of their sexual orientation. Suppose you are walking in the street and you see a cute little dog. You find it friendly so you try to approach it. Suddenly, the dog starts barking and tries to bite you. Now, you will no longer find the dog friendly. In fact, you might start fearing him. When you take a close look, you get to see that the dog has trapped his leg and he is in pain. Now your feelings about the dog change and you understand why he got aggressive in the first place. This concludes with the fact that we don’t try to see the see the bigger picture, we like to make judgments anyways.

The question is, how can we stop judging others and why should we stop judging them? Take a look at some of the reasons below:

Do Not Blame Yourself

In the above example, as the dog tried to bite you, it is natural to feel afraid. This is a normal reaction which is not in control of us. However, a thing that you can actually do is pausing before you act out.

Think before You Speak up

Before you speak up, try to catch your words because they might hurt the feelings of the other person. Once the words are released, you cannot get them back. You have to understand where the person is coming from. Your reaction should be neutral. If you can’t stop yourself from judging then at least rephrase your thoughts and convert your message into something positive so that nobody takes your words offensive and you don’t regret about it later.

I remember last year when I started wearing waist trainers for men. It was one of the worst decisions of my life (for the time being), and I will explain why. One day I went out on the street with my boyfriend and under my slim t-shirt I had a waist trainer on. A group of boys (around the age of 12-15) spotted this and started shouting and calling me gay (which is correct, but they did not do it in a positive manner). Nowadays it is really common to see men wearing waist trainers and now I am the one that people turn to when they want to buy a waist trainer. (I just forward them to this website to be honest, I cannot be bothered explaining the process for each individual.) It just goes to show how quickly people change their minds about certain things. Waist training was a “girly” thing previously but now I can spot a waist trainer on a lot of men as well… Same with make-up, it will also turn into one of these “accepted by the norm”-things soon as well – more and more men will start wearing it.

Depersonalize

If someone disagrees with you or they are making your life difficult, remember that it is not just about you. There are chances that the person is struggling. You have to give the benefit of the doubt. You don’t know what the other person is going through so, you must not underestimate their pain.

Look For Good Quality

Seeing negative attributes in something is easy but it takes a whole lot of effort to find something good in another person. If you are able to do that, you will successfully quit the bad habit of judging others.

Look At Your Own Behavior

We often ignore this but sometimes, it is our behavior that compels the other person to behave in an awkward way. So, instead of yelling at others or judging straight, take a good look at your own behavior.

All these tips will help you see the bigger picture and you will slowly get rid of the habit of judging others.

LGBT Rights in the U.S

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LGBT Rights in the U.S.

The members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community is widely discriminated not just in the United States but throughout the world on the basis of their gender indemnity, sexual orientation and other issues. These individuals are being denied of many other basic rights that Americans enjoy. For the first time ever, the Congress passed hate crime laws for LGBT in 2009 to execute Order Prohibiting Discrimination by the Federal Contractors in the year 2014 and even the Nationwide Marriage Equality in 2015. However, still a number of discriminations prevail in their lives.

Here are some examples of discrimination that are widely faced by the LGBT community:

  • Denial of housing, health services and even employment
  • Losing child custody
  • Execution by the state
  • Rape
  • Subjection to regular verbal abuse
  • Denial of asylum
  • Marriage inequality problem

In order to combat these discriminations, the following prominent laws that were introduced in favor of LGBT:

The Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

Caucus is committed to ensuring that the rights of LGBT individuals in the United States and around the world are fully protected. It was launched by Tammy Baldwin and it currently has 92 members. They are strongly committed to ensure the human rights for the LGBT people in the U.S and around the world. The team is further committed to work towards the extension of equal rights, repeal of discriminatory laws, eliminating hate motivated violence, resolve gender identity, sexual orientation and improve the health and wellbeing of people overall.

The Equality Act

When the Supreme Court made the decision of bringing marriage equality in the United States and its territories, it proved to be a historic victory for equality. However, many of the LGBT Americans still have to encounter discrimination in many aspects of lives, whether it is at work, school, when applying for a loan or buying a home.

The Equality Act has been developed to ensure that protection is offered to the LGBT Americans against discrimination on the basis of gender, race, national origin, or religion. This act has gained a lot of support from the civil rights advocates, faith groups, business communities, and the Americans themselves who are concerned about equal rights. This act is meant to bring an end to legal discrimination against the LGBT communities and let them live a normal life.

Transgender Equality Task Force

Many of the transgender Americans are subject to discrimination and extreme violence. In the year 2015, almost 21 transgender women were murdered. As compared to Gay, Lesbians, Bisexual Americans, the Transgender Americans are discriminated, bullied in school and denied in places to live.

The Transgender Equality Task Force is meant to bring awareness within the Congress about the challenges being faced by the transgender community and then develop a legislation for these individuals for protection from violence and discrimination that is spread widely throughout the country.

Some rights are already in action while others are being developed to eliminate the prejudiced treatment the LGBT individuals often encounter just because they are different from the norms of the society.

LGBT Rights in the U.S.

The members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community is widely discriminated not just in the United States but throughout the world on the basis of their gender indemnity, sexual orientation and other issues. These individuals are being denied of many other basic rights that Americans enjoy. For the first time ever, the Congress passed hate crime laws for LGBT in 2009 to execute Order Prohibiting Discrimination by the Federal Contractors in the year 2014 and even the Nationwide Marriage Equality in 2015. However, still a number of discriminations prevail in their lives.

Here are some examples of discrimination that are widely faced by the LGBT community:

  • Denial of housing, health services and even employment
  • Losing child custody
  • Execution by the state
  • Rape
  • Subjection to regular verbal abuse
  • Denial of asylum
  • Marriage inequality problem

In order to combat these discriminations, the following prominent laws that were introduced in favor of LGBT:

The Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus

Caucus is committed to ensuring that the rights of LGBT individuals in the United States and around the world are fully protected. It was launched by Tammy Baldwin and it currently has 92 members. They are strongly committed to ensure the human rights for the LGBT people in the U.S and around the world. The team is further committed to work towards the extension of equal rights, repeal of discriminatory laws, eliminating hate motivated violence, resolve gender identity, sexual orientation and improve the health and wellbeing of people overall.

The Equality Act

When the Supreme Court made the decision of bringing marriage equality in the United States and its territories, it proved to be a historic victory for equality. However, many of the LGBT Americans still have to encounter discrimination in many aspects of lives, whether it is at work, school, when applying for a loan or buying a home.

The Equality Act has been developed to ensure that protection is offered to the LGBT Americans against discrimination on the basis of gender, race, national origin, or religion. This act has gained a lot of support from the civil rights advocates, faith groups, business communities, and the Americans themselves who are concerned about equal rights. This act is meant to bring an end to legal discrimination against the LGBT communities and let them live a normal life.

Transgender Equality Task Force

Many of the transgender Americans are subject to discrimination and extreme violence. In the year 2015, almost 21 transgender women were murdered. As compared to Gay, Lesbians, Bisexual Americans, the Transgender Americans are discriminated, bullied in school and denied in places to live.

The Transgender Equality Task Force is meant to bring awareness within the Congress about the challenges being faced by the transgender community and then develop a legislation for these individuals for protection from violence and discrimination that is spread widely throughout the country.

Some rights are already in action while others are being developed to eliminate the prejudiced treatment the LGBT individuals often encounter just because they are different from the norms of the society.