They say that when someone gives you one look, they judge you. The first impression someone sees of you is the impression that last an eternity in their mind. I'm in a state of catch 22 in my life. I have worked three jobs in the last few years, I'm technically 22 [om jizzles J.p.Clyde disclosing real information about himself]. But I also have been on disability and been struggling with schizophrenia. I think big time discrimination still occurs when it comes to the hiring process. And I think its bullshit. There is just a new kind of discrimination. Its a secret discrimination. They don't tell you its because of that and this. For example, I know a friend. She's a nice girl. She's Androa, she dresses androgynous. Her family perpetuates the same argument most people have in society. They always tell her for interviews and the like that she should dress more like a girl. Maybe she should, considering societies big fear of LGBT. Safe to say she doesn't get very many call backs. I might be a bit paranoid. But I honestly do believe these are cases of discrimination hidden in plain sight. What do you think? Do you think companies are hiding their discrimination? Do you think that jobs still discriminate against disabilities and LGBT? Even if they aren't suppose to. If they don't specifically say "we're not hiring because you are fat" then are they really breaking the law?