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While the haltingly jerky motions of many Caucasians would seem to be indicative of a lack of rhythmic abilities, this affliction could be more the result of listening to bad music than the absence of physical capabilities. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey managed to do their thing (I’m talking about the dancing) with style and grace (which is to say plenty of rhythm).Realistically, white folks from the likes of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly to Madonna tend to put this particular stereotype in its proper perspective.

However, this does not mean that every man (or woman) of color happens to be able to dribble and shoot a basketball better than their contemporaries of other races.However, Asians also represent a smaller percentage of the population and of classrooms, so those numbers can be misleading.Interestingly, there was a recent discussion in the media about this particular stereotype and one of the Asian participants put forth a very persuasive argument that Asians are just as uninformed as anyone else.This may be true if you are in Mexico or in parts of Central America (and some parts of America).But the same thing could be said of someone from Germany as well (not speaking English).To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.

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With this in mind, let’s take a look at the 10 most interesting racial stereotypes.

This is probably one of the most enduring stereotypes in western society and the fodder for innumerable jokes.

The assumption is that because there are an increasingly large number of these houses of gaming on reservations, Native Americans love to gamble.

Actually, the truth of the matter is that Native Americans love to make money (which is a truth that tends to cross all racial barriers).

Political correctness aside, there are many colorful (no pun intended) assumptions about people in relation to their racial backgrounds.