The Other One

It is hard to identify the Other in society today. This gallery helps you identify and gives you a better perspective on who the Other is. By, Spencer BRady

When thinking about the Other many stereotypes come to mind. This picture portrays the stereotype of two homosexual cops. Many people judge this group because they have never experienced the other.
The Other stands out to people just like how this red bus stands out in this painting. When in your own group you notice the Other because they act very differently.
Sometimes the Other can come together with the main group and disturb it. When at a theater you sometimes have to sit next to someone and this creates a disturbance in your main group.
This picture depicts three politicians talking after being elected. When voting in an election you have to chose one of another. Sometimes you create bias which creates another Other.
When looking at this picture it looks as if the man is looking down on someone. This someone is the other. The person has made perhaps made a mistake which turned him into the Other in the mans eyes.
This is a ship of immigrants. Immigrants are always thought of as the other. They are like the new kid in class, people are always skeptical of them.
Sometimes you can get along with the Other. In this film these two people are clearly in love. They once thought of eachother as the Other. However they took a chance and started talking.
This is St. Peter in prison. He was put there because he was the Other. People did not believe his beliefs so they put him in jail for it.
This is a picture showing a minority in class. People judged this boy just based on the color of his skin. This made him feel like the Other. This happened a lot back during the civil rights movement.
When Galileo presented his findings, the church did not believe him because it was against their religion. Just because Galileo was the Other in the churches eyes, he was put on house arrest.
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