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Many generations ago a feud was widespread across the entire world This feud soon escalated into an all out war between two sides The side that was accepted and teh side that was not The feudwar I am talking about is between the whites and the blacks If you think Im talking about the invention of the game chess then you should stop reading this essay right now For more than 200 years the white people of Europe and the black people from Africa held what many would call A pseudo-war It would cost men their lives forcing others to be wary or risk losing theirs It was a mistake which should never have happened but did happen because we believed the world was not big enough for the other side It provided an embarrassment to the human race from which we may never recover We are still attempting to repair the damage of this feud gone war still suffering from minor skirmishes on both sides This feud was discrimination The white people Caucasians couldnt handle the black people Africans entering their country It progressed to the point where black people were considered no more than subserviants to the Caucasians The ill-treatment didnt end until we accepted that they were no different than us and we realized there was so much more to them hid behind the hatred and misunderstanding Although the problem between the two races has been all but completely terminated we still have much to do before we can fully end the complete plague that discrimination enthrones upon us My essay deals with one of the more common forms of discrimination to grace the presence of man and woman This form of discrimination must stop immediately as it is out of hand already and can only become more horrendous as time goes on It pits the men of this world against the women they are supposed to love honour and cherish and
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