It seems to me that fitting in can mean compromising a standard.
Word Origin and History for diversityExpand
mid-14c., “quality of being diverse,” mostly in a neutral sense, from Old French diversité (12c.) “difference, diversity, unique feature, oddness:” also “wickedness, perversity,” from Latin diversitatem (nominative diversitas) “contrariety, contradiction, disagreement;” also, as a secondary sense, “difference, diversity,” from diversus “turned different ways” (in Late Latin “various”), past participle of divertere (see divert ).
Do you wonder why there is such a push for diversity in the world today? We are told over and over that diversity is the way to inclusion, that encouraging diversity shows love and that we have to accept and encourage it. But should we?
Perhaps we need to look at what the origin of diversity is and where it will lead.Division, divide, to take one and make many. It doesn’t take much extrapolation to realize that many leads to legions. Evil is subtle isn’t it? Make what is…
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