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In an incredibly moving video, Love Has No Labels has shown the world that love has no bias.

 

The Love Has No Labels site asks….“Is it possible we’re more biased than we know?”

Take the quiz here to see if you are making snap judgements without realising it.

What do you think? Does everyone make judgements without knowing? Do you do it? SHARE with us in the comments below.

  • I make snap judgements, but I am trying to stop, as it’s definitely not right or fair.

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  • What a wonderful video <3

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  • That was beautiful!

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  • We all make judgements, the important thing is to acknowledge these and make the right decision.

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  • This was beautiful, I loved watching it.

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  • Love this video! I guess we’re all guilty of ‘judging a book by its cover’ but I think the world is becoming more aware and more tolerant, and learning to be less biased.

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  • so emotionally beautiful it made me cry, maybe love is unbiased and hopefully so am I
    thank you for this wonderful view, no idea of sex,colour,age or creed, love is ever and always new
    thank you

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  • I love this video i have seen it so many times but never with the link to the quiz, it was really informative about some assumptions i make.

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  • this is awesome. the best video ive seen for a long time. we do quite often judge before thinking/knowing circumstances. and even if we do know, it is none of our business anyway what other people chose to do with their life. Love has no limits :)

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  • This is actually my favourite thing on the internet! one love people!

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  • beautiful video by the way.

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  • Sometimes we are not aware that others think we are biased.
    e.g. I see more of one relative’s child than the other who feels left out. The reason is that sometimes I child sit the younger one for awhile but the elder one is at school. Unfortunately there is nothing I can do about it. Occasionally I ask to have the elder one on her own at a weekend. Both parents work so they like to spend time as a family at weekends if it works with their shifts so it isn’t always convenient. Maybe next school holidays we might manage to arrange some one-on-one instead of one-on-two.

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  • it is hard not to judge a book by its cover, but as long as you are willing to be open minded and change your judgement if you were wrong then I think thats ok.

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  • yes i think that everyone does this! decide and judge off a cover

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  • Unfortunately I along with I’m sure a good percentage of the population make snap judges based on superficial knowledge. I love though when I find out that I am wrong, it reminds me to think before I speak and to not judge a book by its cover.

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