Now Reading
It’s not Pitiful Inclusivity!

It’s not Pitiful Inclusivity!

Abiramee Kathirgamanathan

Pride and Inclusivity. Inclusivity is not divided into two parts: Verbal Acceptance and Acceptance through behaviour. Rather it is only the latter.

You cannot view yourself to be inclusive if you don’t show it in your actions. One can relate this to the BLM movement and how being Anti- Racist is not the same as being not-racist.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Let me set the scene by giving you a description of what happened before you, the main character in this story was born. Your parents never believed in the idea of gender reveal celebrations because they seemed to be only strictly limited to two genders, thus, you never had one. Now once you were born and you grew older, you’re parents taught you how to respect everyone regardless of what gender they identify with or their sexual orientation.

The Society

inclusivity
inclusivity
inclusivity

Society taught you how to be a human, how to be compassionate, accepting, respectful, and surprise inclusive towards everyone. They didn’t just tell you “you should always do blank” Instead through even small acts such as team division (the act of dividing a group of people into teams for a purpose), and other classroom activities, you were taught how to display such important traits.

This story doesn’t sound so familiar, right? Chances are it isn’t and that”s because we didn’t grow up in such a perfect society. Instead, we were constantly taught the idea that there are two genders, a girl and a boy and that a girl can only like a boy and boy can only like a girl. I remember, when I was younger, I would consider it weird for two guys to simply be holding hands because it didn’t match the picture that was painted inside my head. As I grew older this changed, due to exposure to resources which allowed me to understand the concepts.

However, not everyone grows up with the same circumstances or comes to the same conclusions. Different environments and exposure to different concepts influence the way someone acts. However, contrary to popular belief, this can surely change. The first step to doing as such is getting rid of a pitiful mentality.

The Inclusivity Scenarios

Include

Showing pity towards someone is not the same as being inclusive towards them. To clarify, I’ll introduce an example. Scenario A: You see someone standing alone at school and you invite them to play with you, out of pity. Scenario B: You see someone standing alone at school and you invite them to play with you, this time because you simply want to include them and want to make a new friend. You might personally notice that your emotions and behaviour towards the person is different in both scenarios. The latter is more preferable to the person on the receiving end (person who is in this case alone).

This is because it makes them feel more comfortable and accepted. Often times when we include someone for the sake of pity, the feeling is not genuine therefore, it restricts us from actually understanding the person and getting to know them.

This is extremely important when talking about Pride and Inclusivity because it is often left unseen. Inclusivity means everyone’s being included and accepted. The feelings of acceptance should be genuine and not pitiful. If we keep this in mind, we can truly create a society where everyone is accepted, everyone is loved and everyone the prideful of who they are!

Read more article on Pride at The Teen Pop Magazine

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

See Also

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

Coming back to our point, even verbal acceptance and ” inclusivity” can be seen as a great act, since some do not even go as far as doing so. However, that’s not even the part that bothers e the most! It’s the audacity these people have to aim negative comments towards People of Pride. It’s like that old saying “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it.” However, you know what, ti’s not entirely your fault.

What's Your Reaction?
Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0
View Comments (0)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll To Top