Stereotypes.

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  • During the school day Phil and his friends were in the hallways. Phil mentions that his favorite Aunt has a same sex roommate. His friends didn't think much of it. But Sally hears the conversation and decides to say something.
  • oh thats nice. 
  • My aunt has a same-gender roommate. 
  • Sally asks Phil if he is also Gay. Phil is upset and so are his friends. Except that Sally's friend thought it was funny. Sally decides to say another thing to Phil .
  • So does that mean you're gay too?
  • Sally tells Phil in a very rude tone to not sit with his brother at lunch because she doesn't want to brother to hang out with gay people. Even though Phil is not gay.
  • You better not sit next to my brother.
  • Phil and his friends were at school. Phil starts telling them about his favorite aunt and that she has a same-sex roommate. 
  • My aunt has a same-gender roommate. 
  • Sally wants to ask Phil a question but she doesn't know if he would get offended. Phil says that it's okay to ask the question. 
  • Sure. You could ask me.
  • Do you mind if I ask you a question?I don't want you to be upset or mad after though. 
  • Sally asks Phil if he is also gay like his aunt. Phil isn't offended but he finds it funny. He says that he isn't gay and he forgives Sally.
  • Haha no its ok for you to ask. And no I'm not.
  • Are you also gay? I don't want you to be mad for asking.
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