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I transcend so many stereotypes, but at the same time, I’ve been so many stereotypes.

From Ozy

In other words, the old stereotype that the US invents things and China manufactures them is more out of date than ever.

“When Amy Coney Barrett used the term ’sexual preference’ in her testimony before the Senate today, she perpetuated the dangerous and false stereotype that being LGBTQ is not a fundamental aspect of identity, but a mere ’preference,’” Minter said.

Assumptions based on stereotypes are not sexy and have no place on a good date.

It’s also allowed a number of dangerous stereotypes to take root, including something I call “Steve Jobs Syndrome.”

From Fortune

The irony is that communities are protesting stereotyping—as cops respond in stereotypical ways.

In its structure the Mississippi Summer Project defied the stereotypical pattern of racial power in America.

I did one semester at Boulder, which was more a stereotypical, American collegiate experience.

It looks like a stereotypical convenience store, shelves crowded with garishly packaged junk food.

As Goggins puts it, “pictures about the archetypal not the stereotypical South.”

His descriptions of the appearance of Jewish characters are usually unflattering and stereotypical.

Most of the money did not come from the stereotypical Jewish billionaires.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stereotypical, such as: archetypal, characteristic, common, customary, ordinary, and prototypical.

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