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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of otherize.


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  • "Romanians and the Roma [Gypsies] in the Czech Republic are 'otherized' because, in terms of numbers, they are a significant minority.

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  • As a media personality with audiences of tens of millions every day, and as Chair of her own independent, private media company, Lan offers a special lens on a country that is often "otherized."

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  • Like the fact that a feminist has otherized a woman of color to “defend” the sexuality of a white woman.

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  • But the adjective "illegal" came to life once brain-zapped nitwits, bent on dehumanizing otherized citizens ( "aliens"), ran out of creative options to make ends meet.


  • But I do expect that they recognize that we are in an otherized position and approach us with a sense of openness that respects our sense of self and experience.

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  • The moral superiority and bigotry that Christian, Muslim, and secular intellectuals impose on the Jewish people, as if they are in a morally better place than the otherized Jew, is an utterly appalling line of thinking rooted in Christian, Muslim, and enlightenment "liberal" hegemonic racist thought.

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  • My crazy idea is that they should if they can, because women cannot be liberated from men's oppression until we are de-otherized.

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  • i hate these moments where we are like you said, otherized and shamed. i hate their ableism, their rudeness. i hate that i so often let them have power over my emotions.

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  • It's easy to 'otherize,' if you have been otherized, "James said.

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