I was walking down the street one evening when a man on the other side of the street started yelling the, “Hey baby, hey baby…” thing that we’re all familiar with.
I ignored him and continued walking.
He ran across the street and started following me shouting, “Hey what’s wrong with you, you prejudice? You’re prejudice aren’t you…” (I’m white and he was black).
I got so mad that I turned around and shouted, “Yes I’m prejudice,” and a look of shock came over his face. I then continued with, “I’m prejudiced against men who stand on street corners shouting at women!”
His shocked expression changed to one of thoughtfulness and as he turned away he said, “I’m going to think about what you just said.”
Location: Seattle, WashingtonShare on Facebook