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  1. Person 1: 29y black m
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  3. Q 1: Do you think we have racial equality in our country?
  4. I do to some degree. I think we have some ways to go before it becomes fully equal among all races. Let's take some company. If you go into that field you might see a higher race than another race. Not that there aren’t areas with mixed race. We do have racial equality to some degree.
  5. Q 2: How would you feel if your child dated or married someone from another racial group?
  6. If they truly liked being around that person, falling in love with that person and same thing vice versa, truly liking my child. I would be fine with it.
  7. Q 3: Do you think the identity of transgender people is valid?
  8. I’m not sure.
  9. Q 4: Should transgender people be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice?
  10. I think they should use the bathroom that was designated for them. The bathroom that was meant for them. Because it was already made for them. It’s not even a thought that's just how its been.
  11. Q 5: Are certain racial groups inherently better at certain things than others?
  12. Yes. Some of it is not a thought, that belief is factual, it's just what I've seen by being around other races.
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  14. Person 2: 80y white m
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  16. Q 1: Do you think we have racial equality in our country?
  17. Not 100% no. because of the fact that the system gives blacks advantages over whites, and gives whites advantages over blacks different situations are different. Like jobs, promotions, all kinds of things.
  18. Q 2: How would you feel if your child dated or married someone from another racial group?
  19. I wouldn’t like it because it causes future problems in the families. They’re not accepted by everybody. Some people I know, their kid married a black. It may be accepted by the parent because they love their child that much but the other associated people around them don’t accept it.
  20. Q 3: Do you think the identity of transgender people is valid?
  21. Those folks that don’t know what they are you mean? That’s one of those things,  I think so many of them are out there acting as if they are transgender to take advantage of any oppertunities they can get without having to work for it. Some of them, the male dominated workforce for years, a lot of them would like to get into that for financial reasons and just their personal satisfaction, they want to get there. So they act like they’re a guy as much as they can to get into it.
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  25. Q 4: Should transgender people be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice?
  26. No, the reason I don’t think they should is because of the children. If it's in an adult bathroom and there’s only adults there I don’t really give a shit what bathroom they use, but when there’s children there it sets a very bad example for children.
  27. Q 5: Are certain racial groups inherently better at certain things than others?
  28. I’ve seen it. You take the oriental people and they’re geniuses when it comes to mathematics for example. You take the black race, they’re physically better off than the majority of the white race.
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  30. Person 3: 48y white f
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  32. Q 1: Do you think we have racial equality in our country?
  33. I would have to say probably not. I grew up in a white, upper middle class neighborhood so I didn’t really have a chance to really look at racial inequality until I became an adult and was more interested in current events as well as politics, using my own money and paying taxes I started to notice that obviously there was a difference between where I lived and the inner city as far as the things that were given to them or not given than what I had growing up. I do feel that it’s come a long long way since the 60s when it reached a boiling point. I think in a lot of ways we’ve tried to pass laws to help them and make restitution. But I also feel like it's gotten to a point now where it’s gone way overboard as far as “us against them” and “Black Lives Matter” because I believe that all lives matter.
  34. Q 2: How would you feel if your child dated or married someone from another racial group?
  35. I wouldn’t care one bit. While I was raised in a mostly white town I was also raised to believe everybody is important, love one another no matter what their color is, that everybody has importance in this world. I had friends of different races growing up and enjoyed them equally. It would never cross my mind, I was raised that it was okay. It would never cross my mind to object to it to my children.
  36. Q 3: Do you think the identity of transgender people is valid?
  37. Yes. I suppose just like people that are homosexual. I believe people were born that way. Nobody chooses to, I know most people are comfortable with if they are heterosexual, homosexual, transgender still choosing it is a difficult choice. Having to come out which ever way has always been… I don’t know anybody personally that is transgender but I know homosexuals I have friends that are and they say it was the hardest thing ever to come out and they’re still persecuted for it. So I definitely believe they were born that way and it’s truly what they are.
  38. Q 4: Should transgender people be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice?
  39. I believe that there should be a third bathroom. I’m okay with a bathroom as far as if it’s a door that can be locked but I don’t believe that… because I have a daughter that’s 13 years old I don’t believe that a male identifying as a female should be able to walk into my 13 year old daughter’s bathroom and use the bathroom with their penis out exposed to my daughter. Or in a locker room and a male identifying as a female comes in there and changes clothes while they’re changing and dressing.
  40. Q 5: Are certain racial groups inherently better at certain things than others?
  41. Yes. Mostly with african americans, they’re genetically better in sports. They’re better a lot of times at singing and dancing, they’ve got better rythm and they’ve got much better voices. When it comes to intelligence with testing and certain things like jobs, a lot of that’s nature and nurture, the environment they’re brought up in but then also what they’re given as far as you’re smarts, I think that plays a major factor with races as far as that’s concerned.
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