> Bigotry is a much more up-front, in your face action whereas discrimination
can take place in subtle ways
You still have it wrong. Discrimination is treating people (or potentially
other things) differently. Bigotry is a belief that a group of people is
inferior to another group. These are two totally different things. Bigotry is
backwards, but it's not unethical because it's just what someone believes.
Discrimination based on bigotry is unethical because it's an actual action
that affects people.
> I'm curious what you all think of the book "Whipping Girl: A Transexual
Woman on Sexism"?
I couldn't care less. I've never heard of it and have no intention of reading
it. From reading a description of it, it sounds like nothing more than