- Using words like “crazy, stupid, lame, gimp, words that equate disability with brokenness
- Not looking people with disabilities in the eye when passing them on the sidewalk, talking to them, etc.
- An individual believing that poor and low income people don’t want to eat healthy
- Talking to a poor or low income person as though they are less intelligent.
- Parent gender policing their child: “Boys don’t cry”, “girls don’t get dirty”, “toughen up”, “don’t play with that truck, doll, etc.
- A feminine person feeling afraid of wearing feminine clothes, or showing skin, and instead feeling a need to wear more masculine clothes in order to gain respect or avoid harassment at work.
- Using words like bitch, girls, or pussy in a way that equates femininity with weakness or wrongness.
- Someone crossing the street or locking their doors when a Black man is walking towards them
- Acting defensive and interpreting it as personal attack when a Person of Color points out racism as it is happening.