I agree on the one about people killing themselves. I think if the reason for the person doing it is attention seeking, then they must have a very unloved and lonely life, and we should feel sympathy for them. They are screaming out for someone to pay attention and care about what they do, and we just scorn them. I think suicidal people have a reason behind their thoughts, and should not be judged or looked down on. It is not the weak option; imagine how bad their life must be for a gun to the head to seem like the only option?
Homeless people deserve just as much, if not more than a lot of wealthy people. I've met a lot of homeless people who are caring and kind, and just seem to have gone down the wrong road in life. I once met a homeless man on the streets, whose only possession was a small pet dog, who he loved and cared about above everything else. He shared his bed, food and everything with the dog. It really broke my heart to see him living such a terrible life when he seemed like a more genuine and nice man than many people with good jobs and homes.
I don't fully agree with the beautiful girl one. I just don't understand... I think this can sometimes be the case, but a lot of the time the girl has brought it on herself.
I agree with the unattractive/awkward one. I never judge a book by it's cover. I get to know people before I judge them. A lot of people shut out ugly or weird people without getting to know them. I look past that, and some of the greatest and most influential people in my life have been the weirdos who noone else likes.
I think everyone deserves a chance, and society shouldn't be so quick to judge others on their actions or who they are. Society seems to have gotten more and more judgemental, and stereotypes lead to a lot of people being judged before even being given a chance to have their say. Society should learn to care for everyone, because like it or not we're all in this together, and having a ***** or hating others isn't going to solve anything.