PATRONS: The Futility Of Being Angry At Ignorance.

Over the next two articles (which will close the seeing others clearly series), I want to share the stage I went through on my journey of dealing with my own negative feelings, instead of projecting them onto others in the form of prejudice. As the title suggests, this goes beyond prejudice towards minorities and looks at no longer feeling prejudice towards those who— at the extreme end — are proud of their bigotry. This is something I have sought to do without falling back on the religious dagger in the back of “love the sinner hate the sin” (which is delusional in its belief it is a loving — rather than bigoted — standpoint because of how it seeks to divide a person from their own nature).